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On my gnerate it wants to overspeed even with a load on it
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have to find the governor linkage.There is a spring adjusting by a screw to increese speed to get more power.Try to locate it.
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Posted on Feb 03, 2009
replace the pink plastic jet and two O-rings (center of carb) and clean out the shaft they are in with Q-tip and solvent, blow out with compressed air prior to assembly, make sure a old O-ring is not down in the hole as this is a very common mistake made by many who make repairs, one O-ring will remain in the shaft after you pull the jet out. 4 out of 6 gens that surge have this problem especially if you hear a small amount of backfiring . the bottom jet must be very clean as well if it is the newer model without the thumb screw.
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
SOURCE: engine overspeed light blinking
You probably have a broken magnetic pickup.
You'll have to reset the generator controller, usually this is just a matter of turning the switch of the off position. On most of the generators I've worked on a blinking overspeed light as opposed to a solid one means that the control board can't detect any speed input. Speed input can be either a wire that comes from the generator output, or a magnetic pickup mounted so that it can count flywheel teeth. You don't say which generator this is so I can't guess any better than that.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
SOURCE: 10kw Generac shut down overspeed
Make sure that the throttle linkage is all there and not damaged/misadjusted, then get a manometer and check your inlet gas pressure. Gas pressure should be 8 inches of water column and stay there running or not.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
SOURCE: gnerator not producing ac power
I recently had a similar problem during "Sandy". I forgot to turn off the hot tub before starting the generator and the house lightswhere barely lit, dim, and flickering under the load. I quickly shut itoff andthe hot tub, but not before frying half of my generator. It will only produce 110now, not the 220 usual adn I need to get it fixed. I imaging you may be experienceing the same thing if you can't reset it. My generator has two reset buttons right next to the outlets on the unit itself.
Posted on Nov 03, 2012
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