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YG650DE Yamaha generator. Fires up perfectly, then shuts down after a minute. Will fire up again, run about 1 minute then shut down. Same thing over and over. changed out gas and oil. Help please


Since most generators are seldom used, gas left in the carburetor gunks up and stops up the passages.
Take lots of pix of the assembly. Pull the carb, remove the bowl and spray carb cleaner in all the holes you see. Don't let it back spray into your eyes. Wear safety glasses. Some holes/orifices may need to have a soft wire passed thru them.
Next time you store your generator, drain the gas, run the generator til all the gas is out of the carb. If you can get to the bowl w/o removing the carb, pull the bowl and spray the bowl and underside of the carb w/carb cleaner and reassemble.

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Spark plug use in the yamaha et 500


The YAMAHA ET500 uses an NGK Spark Plug # B5ES 6410 or equivalent. I hope this is helpful.

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Yamaha 2000 run poorly at higher altitude


What elevation are you at? Start with simple things such as clean the air filter, fresh gas, clean/replace spark plug. Also check oil level most generators have a low oil shut off yours may be attempting to shut down

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I have a yamaha EF2400IS generator that starts fine, but when i shut it down and try to restart it hot it will not start up again until it cools down. Please help.


If it doesn't start but turns over ok. It may be a problem with the magneto / wiring or spark plugs. It seems as though this unit has no automatic shut down. I would try replacing the spark plugs BPR4ES NGK or equivalent and gap to .030, oil 5/30 or 10/30 will do takes less than 1 quart, & air filter (basic tune-up) if not performed in some time. Yamaha recommends every 20 hours. Then try again. Here is a link to the owner's manual. http://www.poweredgenerators.com/yamaha/manuals/ef2400is.pdf

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What type/size sparkplug should I use in my ef2500 yamaha gas generator?


The Yamaha EF2500 portable generator uses a NGK spark plug #BPR6HS. Just bought on this week at the local NAPA store to replace the old spark plug in my generator.

Tom in Lafayette, IN

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What servicing can I do for my generator which has not been used for 2 years now YAMAHA GENERATOR EC5000DVE


change the spark plug clean the fuel tank replace filters and oil change fuel line if cracking or stiff.
remove carb bowl clean out with carb clean remove any sch-lack from old gas run and test power.
hope this helps

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Yamaha ef 2400is starting


The manual contains a schematic which does not show a heat sensor. You need to narrow it down to a fuel or spark problem. The easiest to check is spark. If you do not have spark, it could be the plug, wire, oil level sensor, magneto, coil or TCI module. If you have spark, then it is likely a fuel problem. Open drain and see if fuel is getting to the bowl. If not, check tank, valve and lines. If yes, it must be the carburator. Good luck.

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