Question about Homelite Vintage Generator Parts Manual 119hy35-1
Model # 178A50-1B Ser.# 12232973 UT# 03599
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
chain is too tight on the bar or is lacking lubrication oil. loosen up the bar nuts and back off the chain tensioning screw a touch. make sure the bar oil reservoir is full and the chain is receiving oil when its running.
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
The problem when that happens is usually a loss of residual magnetism...by flashing the generator you can recharge the permanent magnets, and then the generator will work again.
This link gives one way to do it.. there are others if your google it...look a few posts down to find the procedure...
Posted on Jun 08, 2011
i have a solution, i have a homelite in my motorhome and for 3 years it is a slowly failing hunk of junk, dump the homelite generators and find a better more quality generator, not a cheepo thats y they fail so much.
Posted on May 15, 2012
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