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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Coleman Powermate 6250 generator
You will need to contact Powermate directly (see below), and give themthe CORRECT model # info that you have there on that Genset.
Unfortunately what you posted above doesn't help out at all as there isNO model # for reference. Certain models are no longer available asthey have been discontinued and only by contacting Powermate directlywill you get the proper Operators Manual.
There should be no charge for this and most likely it will be a PDF download sent by their service dept.
The model # should be found either on the engine decal plate or else on the generator head assy or it's power panel.
Please post me a reply as to finding this solution being the bestresolve to your missing Operators Manual problem by following thecompany references & links below. Also please rate mytroubleshooting fix as well.
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Posted on Sep 05, 2008
SOURCE: Hello I have a coleman
I can't get a wiring diagram or a manual without the model. type, and code off the engine.
What I can do is describe the usual wiring and see of that helps.
The ones I've worked on have a very simple wiring harness,
a black wire runs down into the front of the engine, this is the kill wire that attaches to the ignition module (coil), the other end of the kill wire connects to the center terminal of the on/off switch.
A white wire runs from the switch to the oil shutdown module, at the switch it's connected to the terminal that's closed when in the run position. The other switch terminal connects to a wire that runs to the frame ground. The gray wire from the oil sensor module connects to the oil sensor on the side of the engine.
That's pretty much all of the wiring there is for an engine that doesn't have electric start.
Rate me please,
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
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