20 Most Recent Pramac Powermate 5000 Watt Portable Generator MANUAL START PM0435005 - Page 4 Questions & Answers


output depends on what loads you draw on any genset

Electrical... | Answered 2 days ago


power to starter have never seen one to know if they have a solenoid for it or not

Electrical... | Answered 3 days ago


you have carb passages that are still clogged up. when you do get it all clean and running always use a little seafoam in your fuel. it works very well on small engined units... a few ozs in 5 gallons is plenty and stores very well also.

Electrical... | Answered on Jun 12, 2020


check the operation of the oil level sensor . No oil no start

Electrical... | Answered on Jun 08, 2020


From what I see on other disposals, the hex is in the middle of the bottom. Remove the paper tag.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0OByRuoYM0

Electrical... | Answered on Jun 06, 2020


You could always use "Belt Ease" from an Auto Parts store. It's made for squeeky belts.
-Lonnie

Electrical... | Answered on Jun 03, 2020


The generator does not operate in accordance with the specified technical conditions, such as too high stator voltage, iron loss increases; if the load current is too large, the copper loss of the stator winding increases; if the frequency is too low, the cooling fan speed becomes slow, affecting the heat dissipation of generator; the power factor is too low, so that the rotor excitation current increases, resulting in the rotor heating. Check whether the indication of monitoring instrument is normal. If it is abnormal, necessary adjustment and treatment must be carried out to operate the generator in accordance with the specified technical conditions.

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Electrical... | Answered on May 29, 2020


Exhaust black smoke
The main causes of exhaust pipe blackening are less air in the cylinder, more fuel, incomplete or untimely combustion of fuel. Therefore, when checking and analyzing faults, look closely around this point to find out reasons. Check cylinder by using the method of oil cut, the first distinction is that the individual cylinder is not working well or all cylinders are not working well. If the black smoke disappears when a cylinder stops working, then the black smoke is caused by the bad work of individual cylinders. The reasons can be found from the bad work of individual cylinders.

The main reasons are:

A. Poor nozzle operation

The injection pressure of the injector is too low, the nozzle drips oil, the spray quality is not good and the oil droplet is too strong, all of which will cause the diesel fuel to burn incompletely. Therefore, in the detection of diesel engine cylinder knocking sound, exhaust sound uneven, that is, fuel injection problems, should be immediately checked and adjusted injection nozzle.

B. The fuel injection pump adjusts the tooth rod or the adjustment rod stroke is too large, resulting in too much fuel supply.

C. Valve clearance does not meet requirements, resulting in insufficient air intake.

D. The contact surface between the plunger sleeve of the injection pump and the valve seat is not sealed, or the locking screw of the regulating ring of the fuel injection pump or the loosening of the plunger adjusting arm cause the imbalance of the fuel supply and lead to intermittent black smoke emission.

More supports, please see on www.dieselgeneratortech.com

Electrical... | Answered on May 29, 2020


Do normal maintenance first, like oil, oil filter and air filter and then let it firts warm up before applying a load.

Electrical... | Answered on May 29, 2020


You have posed a very vague question with no details about the application and have even omitted to tell us whether you have a generator set or whether you have the alternator and wish to build your own generator set?

In the case of a generator set the requirements and precautions will be found in the owner's instruction handbook.

Electrical... | Answered on May 29, 2020


Hello, friend, you can check the user manual or ask the supplier who provide the genset to you.

Electrical... | Answered on May 25, 2020


Hi there!
Take a look at pic 2 and pic 6 on this page.
The colors do not matter there is no forced set standard for wiring and colors but we are aware of commonly used color schemes.

Pole 2=Line
Pole 3= High
Pole 4=Low
Ground is Ground
https://www.spapumpsandmore.com/spa_pump_motor_2_speed_Century_BN50_115v_16_4a_p/mtraos-15115.htm
Good Luck!
Mr.Mike

Electrical... | Answered on May 20, 2020


Removing a circuit breaker from your home's electrical service panel is an easy job that takes just a few minutes. However, it's not a suitable project for homeowners who are unfamiliar with electrical systems. The service panel is where the utility's power comes into your house, and portions of it carry deadly levels of electricity at all times. Removing the panel cover exposes the live elements, so you must be very careful not to touch them.

Instructions
  1. Turn Off the Main Breaker. Make sure the ground or floor and the electrical service panel are completely dry. ...
  2. Unscrew the Panel Cover. ...
  3. Remove the Cover. ...
  4. Test for Power. ...
  5. Turn Off the Branch Breaker. ...
  6. Rock the Breaker Back. ...
  7. Pull the Breaker Out. ...
  8. Unscrew the Breaker Wire.

Electrical... | Answered on May 13, 2020


The load it too high for the gennie or the breaker is getting warn or is already warm from sitting in the sun.

Electrical... | Answered on May 13, 2020

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