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On my generator, I just take the fuel hose loose where it goes into the carbureator and drain it from there.
Posted on Apr 03, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
At the controller, you need to see if it is actually sending electricity out of the Generator/Alternator, have a look where the leads from the power making unit mates, (Think of it as a motor in reverse) onto the board. There should be an AC Voltage there, then, work back, or out from there, trace the Voltage until it stops, thats the problem... Check the Breaker isn't tripped or faulty too.
Posted on Mar 22, 2010
The plunger is stuck where the governor rod which is spring attached to the frame is. If you locate the governor metal rod on the lower level of the unit. zrock it to a higher rpm as you would a car carburator from under the hood.
This will free the plunger and the green light will go on and your current meter will register 120 volts.
When you lay up the generator for quite some time it often sticks closed. With monthly start up you will no have this problem reoccurr.
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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