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It's two single pole switches with a removable jumper on one side. With jumper intact, you connect the hot feed to a either screw of the jumper which I belive are brass colored screws.

Then the two induvidual switch poles are the silver screws. Connect fan motor to one and fan light to the other.

If that doesnt work for you, take a picture of the switch and connections and another of wires in fan box and post here.

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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... | 22 views | 0 helpful votes


Check all fuses.

Try the lamp test and make sure all panel lamps light.

Check battery voltage is 12.3VDC or greater.




Coleman... | 20 views | 1 helpful votes


Locked Rotor is reported as an overcrank fault "OC".

You first need to verify the engine fails to crank, which is likely a starter motor or start circuit failure.

If the engine cranks three separate times and then the OC fault occurs, it simply means the engine did not run... more likely a fuel issue.

But either can be caused by numerous reasons.

Kohler... | 30 views | 0 helpful votes


I know nothing about your generator - sorry.

There are two basic types of alternator - those with a self-energising rotor and those with brush gear to the rotor. If it is the latter, perhaps a brush is sticking sometimes.
To go further you really need a manual so you can check the circuit through.

Electrical... | 33 views | 0 helpful votes


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfX1ChhzVQU

Kipor Electrical... | 21 views | 0 helpful votes


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

Electrical... | 18 views | 0 helpful votes


from what??

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I can't find any images that show the screws, but I would suggest two fixes.

Remove the screw where the leak is and wrap PTFE tape around the screw and screw it back in.

or

Remove all the screws, remove the base and see if there is an o-ring seal that needs replacing.

https://images.homedepot-static.com/catalog/pdfimages/53/53206b43-a46b-4145-8a68-80ff87ce8ee5.pdf

But there are 4 models. You could contact Moen direct.

https://www.moen.com/garbage-disposals

Electrical... | 43 views | 0 helpful votes


During engine cranking and operation the controller receives AC
voltage and frequency signals from the ignition magneto via Wire
18. Should the speed exceed approximately 72 Hz (4320 RPM),
the controller's logic will de-energize the "run relay" (internal to
the controller). The relay contacts will open terminating engine
ignition and closing the fuel shutoff solenoid; the engine will
then shut down. This feature protects the engine and alternator
against damaging over speeds. During cranking the RPM signal
generated by the magnetos is used to terminate engine cranking.

Generac... | 21 views | 0 helpful votes


https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=http://www.kohlerpower.cn/engines/onlinecatalog/pdf/24_690_30_EN.pdf&ved=2ahUKEwiEw7e5_OroAhVtlHIEHR5-CpcQFjAAegQIAxAB&usg=AOvVaw1Qo4TEuRMO-RcjkUYlHM_B

Kohler... | 32 views | 0 helpful votes


Dismantling to discover the fault should be fairly straightforward to anyone with handyman skills.

Picture isn't very clear but I am guessing there has been a small water leak causing one of the heating element terminal posts to corrode through.
It would be a good idea, before starting, to contact the manufacturer or dealer to discover the price and availability of the parts that could be needed - element, seals, gaskets...

Steamist... | 45 views | 1 helpful votes


B&S recommends 5W-30 synthetic oil as their preferred oil for my generator.
https://www.bobistheoilguy.com/forums/ubbthreads.php/topics/5042738/coleman-powermate-5000-oil

Electrical... | 23 views | 0 helpful votes


If you have a Generac Generator which fails to start during a power outage and gives an Error Code 1518 - RPM Sense Loss you can try and manually get the generator restarted very simply. ... The generator should wait 5 seconds and then try and auto-start up to 3 times.
https://www.justanswer.com/small-engine/bwmwi-working-generator-generac-protector-qs-38kw.html

Generac... | 48 views | 1 helpful votes


what happens if you jump the starter solenoid? if nothing then the starter is pooched
Generac Air Cooled Generators - Ziller Electric Inc ' Interactive Generac Generator Forum

Generac... | 47 views | 1 helpful votes


Because the battery supplies the power for the ignition!

The alternator that it has just charges the battery.

Coleman... | 42 views | 0 helpful votes


probably not. find a manual and read it to figure out how.

Electrical... | 54 views | 0 helpful votes

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