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Honda GX390 Generator not performing under load.
a GX390 Honda Motor but the used generator stator can be different cannot give more suggestions then measuring the circuitbreaker it can be broken the suggestion 60 mf capacitor can have trouble and electronic modul and bridge rectifier for some other dc connectors the coil diodes inside the stator. several options to go.
on Jun 21, 2017
I have a Honda 7000
If the generator is an auto stop/start type for standby use, it would seem those solenoids are the reason why fuel isn't getting through. It would be a fairly sensible method of stopping the engine remotely.
An auto start/stop generator would need a battery for starting purposes, a battery that would presumably also provide current to energise those solenoids and allow fuel to flow.
I suggest you refer to the instruction manual in the first instance...
on May 27, 2017
How to check the valve lash on honda eu3000is generator
You have to pull the rear (muffler end) cover, rear muffler protector (the metal vent), the rear handle, the lower end plate, and the fiber muffler protector so you have access to the head cover. Remove the head cover, disconnecting the breather tube as you do it.
Turn the engine (using pull handle) to top dead center compression (both valves fully closed). Use feeler gauge to check the valve clearance between the rocker arm and the valve stem.
Intake should be .15mm +/- .02mm (.006in +/- .001)
Exhaust should be .20mm +/- .02mm (.008in +/- .001)
Adjust as needed by loosening the rocker arm pivot locking nut and adjusting the rocker arm pivot. Tighten the locking nut once set.
Put it all back together. :)
on Apr 17, 2017
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