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Electrical... | Answered on Jun 21, 2019


o1-yl4k5oyek5xm1qpgfgeefhx0-2-5.png Check battery connections. Could be battery is failing... battery voltage should be minimum 12.5 VDC when genset not running. Remove battery and have it tested.

Electrical... | Answered on Jun 16, 2019


Could be the switch (see inverter module), the stepper motor (engine), or the inverter module.

Electrical... | Answered on Jun 15, 2019


Are you tripping the breaker on it.

Electrical... | Answered on Jun 15, 2019


read your manual. if you dont have one get one

Electrical... | Answered on Jun 14, 2019


Sounds like the Carburetor isn't sending the Gas fast enough, I would put Real Gas/ Marine has they call it. Then clean the Carburetor..

Electrical... | Answered on Jun 13, 2019


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As your unit will break up the leftovers into tiny pieces, there is less wastage to worry about and your trash can will stay empty for longer.

3. More hygienic
By breaking up your garbage so it passes through your plumbing, little bits of food won't get stuck in your pipes. This is more hygienic and will help you to avoid nasty odors

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Electrical... | Answered on Jun 13, 2019


Too much connected load. The 4000 watt rating is only for short term loads. Generally you should not exceed 80% of the rating for long term connected loads.

Electrical... | Answered on Jun 12, 2019


You haven't given much information that allows anyone to help you, but it seems that you are having a problem with your boat. What sort of boat is it? How many batteries does it have? What kind of battery switches does it have? How is the generator wired to provide 12VDC power anyway? Ordinarily, your generator is providing 120VAC. The only 12VDC power that the generator provides is possibly from the attached alternator that is charging the generator's battery. Does the generator start from it's own battery? Does the generator battery also serve your interior loads? (that would be unusual) Have your messed around with your batteries or battery switches lately? Likewise, shore power is 120VAC, so the only way that could be producing 12VDC would be through a battery charger. Without more information, it seems that there is a problem with your "house" battery, battery switch(es), battery wiring or battery connections. If you have a multimeter, I would suggest tracking down the sources of 12VDC power to find where you have 12v DC and where you don't. That should give you some clue as to where the problem is located. Most likely, your house (interior) battery is dead, but when you run your generator or connect to shore power, you have 120VAC power and your battery charger(s) are turned on and providing 12VDC to your interior loads. Good luck.

Electrical... | Answered on Jun 09, 2019


a starter can look around for a universal system but as of know the manufacturer doesnt have a starter system for the gg5500

Electrical... | Answered on Jun 09, 2019


Why talk in text speak. Most have no idea what you mean!

Electrical... | Answered on Jun 09, 2019


Be concerned for lamp wattage and volts so the lamp cord is selected according to wire gage and volts.
Watts = volts x amps is formula, transposable to find the missing value.
For a better answer, give the wattage of the floor lamp ( watts per lamp ), how many lamps (gloves or bulbs ), and voltage used.

Electrical... | Answered on Jun 08, 2019


do you even know if you are receiving electric to the wall? have you checked the bulb outlet on the mirror with a multimeter to be sure it is receiving power? is the bulb you installed the same EXACT brand/model as the one that failed?

Electrical... | Answered on Jun 07, 2019


You will need to buy a power cord and withe the unit. Refer to instructions that came with unit. That will explain everything. Now if you do not have a receptacle under the sink you will need to call an electrician. Many times there is a switch on wall by sink that turns the power on or off on receptacle under sink.

Electrical... | Answered on Jun 06, 2019


This machine? The one we can't see?

Electrical... | Answered on Jun 04, 2019


I don't think it matters when plugged in. The mode switch is referencing power for the light when in use.

Electrical... | Answered on Jun 03, 2019


Did you bypass the on-off switch or the low oil level switch? Try opening the oil level switch wire.

Electrical... | Answered on Jun 03, 2019

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