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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
Good Luck!

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.

  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

B&S recommends 5W-30 synthetic oil as their preferred oil for my generator.

Electrical... | Answered on May 02, 2020

Replace motor.


Electrical... | Answered on May 01, 2020

They may not waste wire but layout per breaker could be designed better by a USPS worker. Or chimp. Also staples go through metal siding with no protection for wires. Above problem fits this as i found a staple going through a wire almost starting a fire. Some staples on interior walls zig zag in no place in particular.

Electrical... | Answered on Apr 23, 2020

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... | Answered on Apr 20, 2020

The PC1050 is a 2 stroke ;-)

Electrical... | Answered on Apr 01, 2020

Your lamp is a three level dimmer as opposed to a 3 position switch.

The 3 level dimmer chops the voltage where as the 3 position switch powers 2 separate filaments (50, 100) inside the bulb either separately or all at once.

The 3-way bulb should not be necessary for an electronic 3 level dimmer. Any incandescent, or dimmable CFL or dimmable LED bulb should work.

Electrical... | Answered on Feb 22, 2020

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