Question about Coleman Powermate Powermate 5000W Generator
Assuming that you have removed the stator and the center bolt, (1) apply penetrating oil to space between engine shaft and armature and wait for a few minutes. (2) Then apply carb cleaner to same area and wait for a few minutes. Find a very hard piece of wood like ash or oak and place on metal part of armature and strike firmly with hammer first on one side then the other. If it does not come loose on first attempt start over from step one. The engine has tapered shaft that really holds on to armature. Huge heavy hammer will not help. What works is the vibration of the hammer blow. That is why you need hard wood. Good luck and be patient, let oil do its magic.
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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