Hi, I just happened to notice that my Ryobi Skilsaw model #R10633 has the housing assembly broken, wich does not keep the blade strait, my guess is that the screws wich holds the Lower Blade Guard somehow got loose and in touch with the moving parts got busted, I know that is a safety issue, and where should I complain about it?
Second, I also looking for light bulb for my Ryobi FL:1800 where can I find it?
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have had the same problem with a Ryobi 1000w invertor generator. The problem that you are experiencing is the low level oil switch. To confirm if this is the problem disconnet the low level oil switch (Yellow or Orange wire). Try and start the generator now, it should start with the first little tug on the recoiler. Once it is running, reconect the low level oil switch and see what happens then. Either it will cut out, then you know it is the oil level switch or it will continue running and the problem will go away. Please ensure you manually check the oil level first before starting.
You need to clean carburator. The bowl float opens and closes the pin valve. The float may have a leak, if gas inside float, it needs replacing. Or the valve is sticking. Get a good carb cleaner product at parts store. If its very bad you may need to take carb apart and soak the parts to clean them. Make sure you are turning off gas valve when not in use. You should turn off gas valve and let the motor run out of gas before using kill switch to drain gas from carberator each time its run. Then this won't happen. If no gas valve, buy one and install. Its worth it.
It's best to run all electronics through a UPS and surge protector. Small generators like the RG-950 are really for small power tools and lighting. The Ryobi RG-950 is only rated 650 watts which really means about 450 watts (70%) for continuous use. In general, a basic desktop or a laptop should be OK. A TV up to 25 inches and a 100w lamp, should be OK. If you try doing both at the same time, expect smoke followed by lights out. A UPS and Surge Protector are a must on small generators due to their poor voltage and frequency regulation. The UPS should be a good quality one that deals with Brownout, Overvoltage, and frequency deviation. ALWAYS USE A SURGE PROTECTOR!
Drain all the gas/oil mix out of the system. Press the red prime bulb several times until there is no fluid in the line. Pull the spark plug and clean it with a soft dry rag. Reassemble and fill tank with 2 cyl/gas mix. Prime it, then pull several times on the start cord. That should work.