Question about Pramac Electrical Supplies
I don't know your equipment, but the unbalanced term may refer to too large a load connected to one leg of your split phase service. Go to your load panels and try to get the amps drawn by your loads to be more equal. You may be over taxing one leg and have available capacity on the other, assuming you are running a 110/220 V split phase output.
Posted on Mar 15, 2019
Start looking at your safety circuits.
1. High water temp
2. Low Oil
3. Low water etc...
From the manual these are the protection circuits.
• Engine protection: low oil pressure, high engine temperature.
• Genset protection: under/over voltage, overload, battery charger failure, battery voltage out of limits,
under/over frequency, start failure.
• Circuit breaker protection: IV poles.
• Differential protection.
Any one of them will trip the fuel relay closed. What you may be able to do is disconnect one at a time each protection circuit and see when the fuel relay opens. (Make sure to reconnect each one if it had no effect on the fuel solenoid)
Once you isolate which circuit it is in then you can chase wires or change the bad switch.
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Posted on Jun 26, 2010
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