Question about Generac Guardian Electrical Supplies
Check for igntition at the plugs, check power is going to fuel solenoid. If power is on solenoid check LP pressures and make sure it is opening. Be carefull LPV is dangerous any spark can cause a fire. Check to make sure the throttle is opening during cranking, if it isn't it's a control issue
Posted on Nov 17, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like the electritian wired something wrong. Control wiring for that generator should be:
N1 and N2 = 240 vac utility input
Wire 0 = ground
Wire 194 (15B) = + battery
wire 23 = transfer signal
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
Your electrician should have run a set of wires out to the generator from the transfer switch. The unit actually comes with a fuse holder, fuse, terminal connector, and jumper wire for installing these wires to the t1 or t2 terminals in the transfer switch. The dc wires will be the ones coming out of the battery charger, 1 of them will have a red marker around it, that is your dc positive. The 2 wires coming out of the opposite side of the battery charger is actuall your ac connection.
hope this helps let me know.
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
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