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SOURCE: Wolf 800 generator. Engine will run but very electrical power is

is the engine running at the correct speed
3000 rpm to produce 50hz
3600 rpm to produce 60hz

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Model3708 oil from engine crank case leaking into armature


This really works. Just done it on a Wolf which peed oil when running. I found 2 crankcase bolts had fallen out. This video helped. BUT the hardest bit is getting the 7/16" Tap & bolt as it's a non standard size in UK. It can only be 7/16" as it is the correct size for the existing hole in the armature. Once tapped the bolt has to be very tight before anything moves, a smart tap with a BIG hammer on the bolt head had them apart.
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Wolf 800 generator. Engine will run but very electrical power is


is the engine running at the correct speed
3000 rpm to produce 50hz
3600 rpm to produce 60hz

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No spark on my Wolf 980 generator, 2-stroke. Any repair manuals availabe, please. Regards, Dennis Byatt.


If your generator has a low oil sensor, it will not allow spark. Make sure your oil level is correct and it may work. My generator has one of those.

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