Question about Coleman Powermate Powermate 5000W Generator
Most likely at the output shaft of the motor. If you are handy, you might be able to replace the crankshaft seal yourself, but this will probably require you to seperate the generator from the motor, and remove the cover holding the seal. If the leak is small, it may be best to just keep adding oil. If you have to take it to be repaired, it may be more expensive than the unit is worth.
Posted on May 22, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: checking oil in generator
I found some website help. I have this same problem.
I also found out a lot about the Powermate company via a customer service email reply: This has an elusive customer service number that i have not tried yet.
Powermate Corporation is not a part of The Coleman Company, Inc. They have been an independent company for over 10 years and we have no information on their products.
Powermate manufactured generators, pressure washers, air compressors and air powered tools. Information about those products was available from
125 Airport Road
Kearney, NE 68848
Toll Free: 1-800-445-1805 (disconnected)
or 402-758-6303 (disconnected)
Web Page: www.powermate.com
Earlier this year, Powermate transferred the right to sell air compressors and air powered tools to a company by the name of MAT Industries, LLC, 625 Barclay Boulevard, Lincolnshire, IL 60069, 1(800) 628-8815. This company may be able to help you with questions related to air compressors and air powered tools.
In March 2008, Powermate filed for bankruptcy protection. We understand that customer service inquiries to Powermate via emails, mail and telephone calls will not be answered. However, some information about Powermate and its products continues to be available at their website.
If the problem with your unit is with the engine, check the engine manual that came with the unit to determine whether the engine has a separate warranty from the manufacturer. When Coleman was affiliated with Powermate, they did. If so, you can contact the engine manufacturer for a listing of warranty centers in your area. The contact number should be in the engine manual.
If you are needing parts for a powerwasher, please visit the site
http://www.ppe-pressure-washer-parts.com/coleman-powermate-pressure-washer-parts for assistance.
Coleman Consumer Service
Posted on Sep 02, 2008
SOURCE: checking the gas and oil levels?
There isn't really a guage to look at . What one does is to take out the plastic plug on the side of the engine and with the engine cold and level make sure that the oil level comes up to the lowest thread where the plug screws in.
You really should have a manual, so if it's missing look here for which ever "PM" number is printed on the tag on the end of your generator.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
unscrew the bolt from the end of the armature from there on it is just a friction fit try tapping it on the steel core with a copper mallet to work it free
Posted on Apr 04, 2010
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