Question about Yamaha 2500 Watt Industrial Inverter Generator YG2800i
Whenever storing the generator for any length of time after use, it should be allowed to run out the gas from the carburetor by first shuttinig off the fuel petcock, to avoid the gas in the float bowl from deteriorating and gumming up the small idle passages. With the mandated ethanol additives that are used, the gas breaks down much faster than pure gasoline, so it's more crucial to do this prestorage maintenance.
Luckily the Yamaha incorporates a fuel petcock to make this simple to do, unlike other generators that don't enable the fuel to be turned off independently of the engine.
Posted on Apr 07, 2012
Remove & Check Float bowl on carburettor for any foreign matter. If there is any, it could have got into jets causing engine to run lean (only run with choke) and not be able to carry load in this state. A cleanout of the carby would not hurt and check the fuel tank for any sediment as well.
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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