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New one, make sure it runs about 1800 rpm and not idle. old ones can be that the capacitor not working any more measure capacitor or try other one. just to try the value is not very important. when you have about correct voltage order right one.

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I have a coleman powermate 2250 generator and im trying to find the brushes so i can change them


They are under bell housing cover on the end of the generator alternator, take the generator end cover off

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I need a wiring diagram for coleman pm04350001 generator. the 220 recept. is not working and am trying to troubleshoot.


High no-load voltage Capacitor with high capacity
Check and replace. Low no-load voltage Speed to low Check and adjust rpm Faulty rotary diodes Check and replace Breakdown in windings Check winding resistance Capacitor with low capacity Check and replace. Proper no-load but low loaded voltage Capacitor with low capacity Check and replace. if wires are connected start with the Diodes first electronics parts stores will have these in stock as well as cheeper. hope this helps

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Have older powermate 5000 contractor gen. runs great but only puts out 5.5 to6.1 volts. has new brushes


Hello. Plug something into your generator's receptacle, say a trouble light. Then check the output. With no load at all [nothing plugged in, you will get a voltage reading that is low. regards, Joe

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Powermate model 544000 generator undervoltage


There are basically 2 possibilities that can cause this.

1) Enigne RPMs are too low. but, since you already played with the throttle, this probably isn't the case. RPMs should be about 3600 though.

2) The voltage regulator / capacitor has high ESR (resistance) or is bad altogether. Replace.

Jan 01, 2010 | Coleman Powermate Powermate 5000W...

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I'm reading 130VAC on the output. Can this be


It should read 115v-120v with full load. Yes, you can slow the engine down just a little, depending on the engine, there will be a high rpm adjustment. 130v with full speed, no load, is really not too bad.

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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.


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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I have a coleman 54-2000 generator 2250 was working great then it started making a noise & it quit puting out 120 volt down to 62volts so I took it apart I checked the rotor & it is shorted ou


you said that your rotor is damaged so you have to re-wire it ...as for the stator testing procedure ..bring an ohmeter and put one side on the first end of the wire and the other on the other end....check for electrical continuity...if it beeped or lighted or did whatever it should do...then the stator is fine if not email me please...

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May 21, 2009 | Coleman Powermate Powermate 5000W...

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Engine runs but no power aat outlet????


Start with brushes and rings. Make sure your rings are clean and the your brushes have a good length. Flash the fields with 12V battery. Apply positive to the brush nearest the bearing and negative to the back brush, while genset is running. Use rubber gloves when doing this and keep hands away from rotating parts. You should see the voltage climb when you flash the fields. This would mean that you need a voltage regulator. If voltage does not climb, then you will need a new genset.

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Generator Wattage


both sizes will handle that stuff as long as generator maintains a constant rpm. otherwise you run risk of low voltage or voltage spikes which cpu will not handle for very long

Dec 19, 2008 | Coleman Powermate Powermate 5000W...

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Generator wont put out enough voltage, only get 107 volts, is this a voltage reg. problem


This problem is either that the engine RPM is too low (most likely), or that there is something amiss in the voltage regulation. Get yourself a DMM that measures Hz, plug it into the output and see if you get 61.5 Hz, if not look for the adjustment on the governor spring. On some Powermates this is a screw that pressed on the governor arm, on others it's a little tab the governor spring attaches to that you bend. Do this at no load. FWIW 61.5 Hz is also 3750 RPM of the engine.

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