20 Most Recent Honda Mmd 5000 Watt Electric Start Generator W/ Engine Ngk 6000HE Questions & Answers


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Honda Mmd 5000... | Answered on Jan 17, 2018


Typically that's because the fuel evaporated and deposits have gummed up the carburetor.
You may be able to get it to run by starting it with some starting fluid, but most likely you'll need to clean out the carburetor.
It's always best to drain the fuel from a gasoline engine if it's to be stored for a long period of time. After the fuel is drained, run the engine until the carburetor and fuel line have drained.
You can also use fuel stabilizer to help prevent the problem in the future.
Even if the fuel didn't completely evaporate, stale fuel doesn't work well when starting the engine. Another reason to try starting fluid.
Good luck.

Honda Mmd 5000... | Answered on Aug 31, 2015


If it was the battery or a fuse it would just click, but if it doesn't click then the starter relay may be bad. Could be a wire in the switch also.

Honda Mmd 5000... | Answered on Jan 27, 2015


If I understand the problem correctly, it runs fine after you cleaned the carb, but the auto idle will not engage when you put a load on it. First if it has a switch to turn the auto idle off try that. if it does not rev up, then the magnetic controller is stuck. There is a magnetic coil which is connected to the throttle and this either pulls or releases the throttle when load is applied. My guess is that this is hung up a bit. Look for a small round coil with wires coming off it that is connected to the throttle assembly. You could also try tracing the wire from the auto idle switch backwards. This may just be stuck in the idle position by corrosion. especially if you live in a humid area or one near the ocean. gently try to work it a bit by hand (when the generator is not running) and try a bit of wd40 or the like.

Honda Mmd 5000... | Answered on May 03, 2012


Those generators are set up with a low oil saftey but your gonna want to check compression anyways just to verify it is where it needs to be. Im gonna guess its to be between 120-160 psi, check your manual for the service limits. after that check your air filter, valve lash, fuel filter etc etc.

Honda Mmd 5000... | Answered on Mar 29, 2012


My goodness I just saw your post and I see it has been around since Dec 2010. Your post appeared after I answered a much newer post. (site operates in this manner)

Anyway if you have a 1986 generator and you have 12V DC to the starter with the key on the most likely problem is the brushes in the starter PN: 31215-ZE2-003 or 31215ZR2003
http://ssl.jackssmallengines.com/jacks-checkout/shopping-cart.aspx?CFID=179837&CFTOKEN=92541317

The only problem I have is that I do not know if this is a set or an individual brush. Use the toll free phone number on the link above to confirm quantity.

Once you have the starter removed use some 220 grit or above sand paper and clean up the copper contacts on the starter armature and lubricate the bearings.

If you do a continuity test of the armature using the copper contacts your meter leads must be exactly 180 deg from each other (opposing) to get a resistance reading.
Reading out the stator winding is a matter of reading the + lead terminal to the case.

Thanks for choosing FixYa,
Kelly

Honda Mmd 5000... | Answered on Mar 29, 2011


Make sure you are reading the correct pins of the 4 prong plug. Capacitive coupling would give the low reading if you were reading from a hot one to the CASE type ground pin. You should find two readings of 120 between ONE of the 4 prongs and each of the hots and 240 between the hots. Between any hot and the safety (CASE) ground you will see a voltage that depends on the impedance of your meter and the electrical capacitance of the windings to the case. something up to 1/2 of the 120 volts would be expected so the 24 vollts would be perfectely possible.

It is important to identify which prong is the neutral and the two hots. The fourth prong then is a safety ground and UNLIKE your service entry of a residence, it is NOT tied to neutral at the generator.

Honda Mmd 5000... | Answered on Mar 29, 2011


This is what I assume is for the starter motor for the generator. I would use for this a #8 welding wire style cable. This will supply enough power for starting.

Honda Mmd 5000... | Answered on Jan 30, 2011


Hi,

All though that is on the very high side it is acceptable for a no load voltage... as soon as you put nay load on there it will drop....
You want the voltage to be on the very high side in a no load state so that you have room for it to drop some with a load...
I would not worry about what you have there...

heatman101

Honda Mmd 5000... | Answered on Oct 24, 2010


There is supposed some oil in there. There is a tube to the carb intake that allows flow like a pcv valve

Honda Mmd 5000... | Answered on Oct 05, 2010

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