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My generator keeps blowing out the capacitor after about 10 min of use i have changed the cap now 7 times and this machine is still new.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 91 stealth dohc, w/o turbo.
The main computer (ECU) is directly behind the radio console. Pull carpet back on left and right sides of console. It is not the 'box' lying flat (trans comp). You should be able to take the ECU out w/o removing the radio.
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
Are you replacing it with the correct amp fuse? Buy a couple of the RIGHT fuses and try this.Your wiper motor may be bad, or the wiper mechanism is binding, causing the motor to over amp and blow the fuse. Try lubricating, if you get to it, the arm mechanism, and make sure it is not hitting anything while it is in motoion. Not familiar with this cars set up. Remove wiper blades, or stand them up and see if it still blows tyhe fuse
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
It's best to run all electronics through a UPS and surge protector. Small generators like the RG-950 are really for small power tools and lighting. The Ryobi RG-950 is only rated 650 watts which really means about 450 watts (70%) for continuous use. In general, a basic desktop or a laptop should be OK. A TV up to 25 inches and a 100w lamp, should be OK. If you try doing both at the same time, expect smoke followed by lights out. A UPS and Surge Protector are a must on small generators due to their poor voltage and frequency regulation. The UPS should be a good quality one that deals with Brownout, Overvoltage, and frequency deviation. ALWAYS USE A SURGE PROTECTOR!
Posted on Oct 25, 2010
SOURCE: i just puechased a ryobi
The RG-6900 Ryobi generator does not have (or need) a battery. It is a manual type with cord start. Voltages and specifications may differ slightly depending on which country the unit is intended for (110V vs 220V). The same applies to warranty and servicing agents.
Send your email address to eggie-at-scheffler-dot-co-dot-za and I will mail you the manual in pdf format (820kb). Substitute "at" and "dot" with the usual symbols to mail me.
i just puechased a ryobi rg 6900 generator and it does not hahe a battery or operators manual. I need to know how to operate it and what size battery to buy
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
I use a COBRA. It is a lead with a plug at either end. Plug one end into the generator (output) and the other into any household plug outlet. (Set to the ON position)
Before doing so ensure that no outside power can enter through your DB board (switch the Mains Switch to the "off" position) Also switch off (at the DB board) any circuits that may cause a demand of more than 21 Amps (Stove, Geyser, Swimming Pool Pump etc)
Start the 6900 and wha-la you have power to all circuits not switched off at the DB Board.
I typically leave the light circuits, one of the plug circuits (to run the TV, Decoder etc) Security Circuit,and Garage Door opener switched on.
When mains power returns First stop & disconnect the 6900, remove the COBRA and then switch on the Mains and other circuits.
Posted on Jan 31, 2013
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