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Husky generator model 030437 gas engine runs but generator does not put out any voltage

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SOURCE: generator wont put out enough voltage, only get 107 volts, is this a voltage reg. problem

This problem is either that the engine RPM is too low (most likely), or that there is something amiss in the voltage regulation. Get yourself a DMM that measures Hz, plug it into the output and see if you get 61.5 Hz, if not look for the adjustment on the governor spring. On some Powermates this is a screw that pressed on the governor arm, on others it's a little tab the governor spring attaches to that you bend. Do this at no load. FWIW 61.5 Hz is also 3750 RPM of the engine.

Posted on Dec 01, 2008

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SOURCE: portable generator low voltage

85 volts represents residual voltage. It is possible that your unit sat for an extended period and lost it's magnetism or the excitation system failed under load. check your manual for a procedure to "flash the field". If that is not successful, e-mail me and I'll tell you how to trouble shoot the failure.

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SOURCE: husky 2400 psi honda engine ran fine all day

It sounds like the bypass valve is stuck. Do you have a parts diagram?

Posted on Jun 27, 2009

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SOURCE: Husky 5000w Generator with a Subaru engin.

Fuel system needs cleaned. Dirt or build up get's in the passages and it can not properly regulate the fuel/air mixture. Being it runs well in choke position I would suspect it is plugged on the idle passage. Sometimes you can add a very small amount of "Seafoam" to the fuel and let it run while slowly moving the lever to the run position and this will clean it out. It is also possible that the fuel tank has a small amount of water in it. Good luck and have a great day.

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Why does my husky 6250 generator run but not produce power?


Anon, If it has sat for quite a while, you may have to field flash/re exite the generator. Check the attached links,instruction and guides, Good luck
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Coleman 3500 with subaru engine no power to outlets


Hello there.
I'm assuming that engine runs fine. if there's no power output then the AVR or carbon brushes are dead. remove the back cover of the alternator very carefully and look at the center to find the rotor rings and check if the plastic brush holder hasn't melt or heat deformed and make sure the brushes make good contact against the rotor rings. if everything's fine then the AVR is dead. The AVR is a crescent shaped plastic container similar to this one.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Automatic-Voltage-Regulator-AVR-For-5KW-5-5KW-Single-Phase-Gasoline-Generator-/221461125389
replace it with any similar found on Ebay, just make sure that connectors and cables are similar in shape and number. Regards

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3650 generator won't start!!


I assume that the spark plug are good and the gas line is clear. Try to adjust the gas line supply and default engine startup revolution settings try it full half and minimum back and forth it works. Other gen sets requires a mix of oil with its gas, please do it when it is required with exact proportion. Hope this helps. Goodluck.

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Husky generator 1850 watt wont stay running


does ithave fresh gas theres a chance there is water in the gas if thats not the case is the choke could be stuck on or the carb. is gummed up

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My generator only puts out 89 volts.


I need a model number for your ENGINE not the whole generator. I believe this is a case of the engine not running fast enough. I.e governor adjustment will be necessary. Respond with an Engine model number and I will stll you how to adjust the governor speed.

This is GENERIC but the Governor arm has a spring that connects to a speed plate. The speed plate has a stand off screw and nut used for speed adjustment and a center nut for securing the speed plate in a fixed position. The Steps are to slightly loosen the center nut and the locking nut on the speed adjustment screw. Start the unit with a meter reading output power voltage (use extension wire for meter) Then turn the speed increase screw in to increase speed. When you reach 122-123 VAC stop. The reason you adjust it to 122-123 VAC is because voltage will drop as the generator provides power loads
Tighten the screw lock nut while running if possible and tighten the center nut on the speed plate to secure it in place. Check voltage again.

If you generator is running at normal speed and you have low voltage output... most of the time the Capacitor is failing. If the capacitor is failing the magnetic field in the armature and stator collapse under above average loads causing HUGE voltage swings.

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Model pm0525312.18 serial 914080230 engine runs good but the voltage drops of from about 125volts to 90 volts when you put on about 1500 watts. does this model have a voltage regulator? what is a bridge...


According to the parts pdf, there is no voltage regulator. Voltage is adjusted by the rpm of the engine. If your have a meter that reads hertz (Hz), you can set the engine rpm by adjusting hertz to 60 cycles (Hz). At 60 cycles the engine is running at about 3600 rpm. Most engines develop their max horsepower at this rpm. If you are loosing power/voltage and the engine speed is not dropping below 3600, than most likely could be problem with capacitor, brushes or diode (bridge diode). The diode converts ac voltage from stator to direct current to power the magnet (rotor). Check for brush wear and test capacitor for value printed on part. It should test with 5% of stated value. Diode can also be easily tested with meter. Good holidays

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