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I have a Chicago Electric 10 kWh generator head model 45416 just wondering which way does it rotate our does it matter . Don't see any arrows our any info in manual could you help Claude.

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If you make your point of reference the flywheel (starter side) of the motor then rotation is clockwise. If your point of reference is the alternator or the end opposite the motor flywheel, then it will be CCW.

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SOURCE: Looking for kwh use for a dryer

KWH = The Wattage of the Unit multiplied by the length of time used.. IE: a 1000 Watt Unit that is used for One Hour is equal One Kilowatt Hour. (1000Watts = 1KWatt) Wattage is The input Voltage multiplied by the Current draw. IE: 115Volts the unit draws say 4Amps equals, 115x4=660 = 660Watts.

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Maybe. Put a pan under the genset, drain the oil, leave the drain plug out until you figure out why the carburetor was allowing too much fuel to flow (likely a stuck float). When you think that you have it figured out, replace the drain plug, add fresh oil, remove spark plug, and perform a compression check to see if the rings are worth it. If compression is low, then you can decide if it is worth your time and expense to repair the engine.

If memory serves, Harbor Freight sells compatible, if not identical, engines that will fit this generator.

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ago electric Generator Manuals\r\n
The Harbor Freight web site has PDFs for most of these generators. Go to.
http://manuals.harborfreight.com/manuals/XX000-XX999/XXXXX.pdf
Replace the first two XXs with the first two digits of the model number, and the last XXXXX with the model number.
For example, the manual for model 65414 would be on the following page.
http://manuals.harborfreight.com/manuals/65000-65999/65414.pdf

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If this is a Craftsman product then you should be able to enter the model number here and get one.. The manual tab will be on the right after they find it for you. A lot of repair information is not available in manuals, but Sears manuals are known to have parts schematic breakdown lists and diagrams, plus you can purchase from the online parts breakdown lists.
http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/index.action?psid=26132896&sid=PSx20071217x00001d&OVMTC=b&OVKEY=sears%20part%20direct&creative=726752&adcid=1987828

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did you blow out old gas from gas line going to carb? if this generator set up over the winter with no use, it probably has water condensation in the gas tank which has gotten into the gas line and carb. If you didnt do it already, blow undo the gas line off the tank and use compressed air (or by mouth) to blow out all the fule out of the line and carb. If you did not drain the old gas out before adding new gas, there still may be water in the tank and line. Try this and see if it fixes it. Give it time for the new gas to get through the line to the carb. To avoid this, keep the fuel tank full especially over the winter and you will not get any water condensation.

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