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Briggs + Stratton Natural gas/LP 10k/9K "Under Voltage error".

I have a Briggs + Stratton Natural gas/LP 10k/9K standbye generator. As the temperature gets colder it goes off after about 30 seconds on an "Under Voltage error".{The colder it is, the more starts it takes } After several starts of Under Voltage error's it seems it reaches the desired temp and runs perfectly. On warmer day above approx 60+ degrees it starts and runs perfect. The gas line is one inch black pipe approx 14 feet of pipe with 5 -90 degree bends There is no load on the generato

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