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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you are trying to hook it up to use it check with any good Honda generator dealer and should help you for free.
If you are looking to repair it there are many sources for manuals on the web.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
You needn't worry about a six way Kill Button... I used one myself to replace the OEM one. Buy yourself a cheap electrical multimeter for around $12 and test the switch for continuity (the meter set to Ohms or Resistance) with the switch in different positions using the different poles without installing it. You will then know which position is RUN (I) when the meter responds.... turn the switch in the other direction and it should have an OPEN (O); i.e., the meter doesn't move, which indicates the engine Kill Switch by grounding the spark from the magneto or reluctor coil. A multimeter is a cheap tool to have in your arsenal around the home and shop.
Posted on Jun 09, 2015
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