Question about Coleman Powermate Premium Plus 6250W Portable Generator
Hello, I will make the assumption that your A/C runs fine when you are tethered to shore power. You will need to calculate your load. Add up the amps of everything in use, including the A/C. 3500W is the peak momentary output; look at your data sheet or tag to determine your continuous output, which will be less. It's possible that you're either pulling too many amps for your genset or there may be an issue with your A/C. Turn everything else off, and start the A/C. If the generator bogs down, you may not have enough generator. If it doesn't bog down, turn on your other items, one at a time. Ideally, your generator should have enough output to power everything in your 5th wheel, plus ehough extra for initial starting surge, like for your A/C, fridge, etc.. It sounds like your amps are close, but not quite there.
Regards, --W/D-- Please feel free to rate my solution! Thanx!
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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