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check with kohlers website. they have something or google even

Kohler... | 31 views | 0 helpful votes

So likely you have a 3 wire dryer cord and a 3 wire branch circuit. The dryer neutral is bonded to the dryer frame and the third wire of the dryer plug.

There were code exceptions for dryers and stoves that allowed timer motor circuits to use the neutral as a current carrier and frame ground.

To use the GFCI for the dryer you will be required to add an additional conductor (new 3 wire+ground cable) and separate the neutral to frame bond in the dryer and use a 4 wire dryer cord.

Likely you also have some GFCI single pole breakers and replaced ungrounded receptacles with grounded (another code exception) and they work OK. The dryer and stove are different as there is current on the third wire where as on the ungrounded receptacle GFCI there is no 3rd wire.

In breif, the neutral (current carrier conductor) from the dryer must be isolated from the dryer frame and dryer ground (fault current carrier conductor).

Or just leave it the way it was.

Check with local authority with jurisdiction for local code requirements.

Siemens... | 39 views | 1 helpful votes

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

Electrical... | 34 views | 0 helpful votes

top of your electrical panel

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I don't know of any 'push rose', on an internal combustion engine. Ah, you mean 'push rods' perhaps, the things that open the valves? The push rod is just a steel rod that works on a cam and presses the rocker, which presses the valve stem tip. Hopefully they just need adjusting, if not, it is a catastrophic failure!


Electrical... | 25 views | 0 helpful votes

Request the diagram directly from Stanley.

Stanley... | 28 views | 0 helpful votes

Contact Powermate direct. That is a bad fault which can severely damage everything in your house connected to it. They will work with you to rectify that fault and supply free parts


Coleman... | 24 views | 1 helpful votes

id contact an electrician. dont play with electricity if you dont know how.. if something goes wrong your ins company wont pay

Water Electrical... | 27 views | 0 helpful votes

output depends on what loads you draw on any genset

Electrical... | 28 views | 0 helpful votes

Midwest USA... A working generator in good running condition should sell for around $0.05 a watt +-, so 7500x0.05= $375. Excellent condition add a penny. NOS add another penny.

A working generator in poor condition 3 cents/watt.

A generator that doesnt work, i.e. engine doesn't run or engine runs but no electrical power is $0 to $50. Repair costs of some generators cost more than a new one.

As for operational status, the typical shop vacuum makes a handy load tester. The shop vac load along with a "Kill A Watt" power monitor will provide an independent voltage and frequency analysis.

Be sure to plug the vacuum into every outlet and if any outlet doesn't work consider the unit non-working.

Coleman... | 19 views | 1 helpful votes

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... | 39 views | 0 helpful votes

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

Electrical... | 41 views | 0 helpful votes

the carb must be clogged then. remove and clean all the passages clean clean clean. use fresh gas and stabiliser always...i suggest seafoam. it works great

Coleman... | 35 views | 0 helpful votes

From what I see on other disposals, the hex is in the middle of the bottom. Remove the paper tag.

Electrical... | 38 views | 0 helpful votes

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

Electrical... | 41 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... | 43 views | 1 helpful votes

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