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I picked up an old Coleman PM1500 gen set for free. It doesn't have a manual. I'm trying to figure out what the gas-oil ratio is.

Also looking for an online manual that isn't click-bait.

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We are unable to find a manual, but 50:1 usually if it is a 2 stroke.

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