Question about Coleman Powermate Proforce 6,000 Watt 12 Hp Portable Generator #PM0106000
Make sure the governor is working properly. When you put a load on it the engine should increase in speed slightly. Make sure the engine is running at the correct speed 3600 rpm. Try plugging in an item that draws less power such as a electric drill and see how the generator behaves. Also make sure the engine runs smooth while not under any load. Check the voltage from the outlet to make sure it is putting out 132 volts not under load.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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