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I have a cloeman powermate 6250. It has about 20-25 hr. on it,our power went out today so I hooked the gen up. It worked good for about 10 min then no power, motor running fine. Once a month I would start it, run under load for about 5 mim,what could have went bad. Bud Smith dr5803@sbcglobal.net

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Ther is a reset button for the poweer output. I know i you probably checked, but if not try this.

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