Question about Coleman Powermate 7,000 Watt 13 Hp Portable Generator #PM0497000
You have to get a cord that has a plug on on it. On the other end of the cord strip the insulation off the ends of the wire about an inch. It would be easier if you put small clamps on the stripped ends of the wire. Connect the black wire to plus on a car battery and white to negative. Start the generator and plug the cord in to a outlet on the generator just for a second and take the plug out. The generator should now be producing electrical current. If not there is something burned out internally.
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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