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I have a Coleman Powermate Pulse 1750 generator. The engine runs fine but lately I've noticed I'm only getting approx. 105 volts. Any suggestions.

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Engine speed is low, does your meter read frequency? Set for 60 Hz @ speed. I doubt there is a voltage regulator adjustment. This may help

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Probably just an engine speed issue. Try increasing the RPM if the motor and see if that gives you more voltage.

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