Question about McCulloch FG6000MK 5700Watt 13 HP 338CC Portable Generator
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need to trace out the power wires the come out of the genset. They will end up on a breaker. With a volt meter measure both sides of the breaker. If one side has voltage and the other side doesn't, then your breaker is opened. Press the breaker in closed to see if it actually closes. If it don't then you will need a breaker. However, if no voltage is being produced, it is possible that the voltage regulator let go.
Posted on May 09, 2009
I did not understand how you turn on generator, as it is always turned on.
If you use the ON/OFF switch it is stopping the prime mover.
If you reset the AC breaker without load, and it stops - it means that you have short circuit after the breaker. Check the output receptacles.
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Posted on Jun 14, 2010
SOURCE: I have a Mcculloch 5700
Take the make and model #s to a lawnmower shop, they can get what you need, if they do not have it in stock. Also remember to check in tank strainer for restriction.
Posted on Mar 04, 2011
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