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Are you tripping the breaker on it.

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To find a manual for this generator go to powermate.com and search your model and serial number. Good luck!

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SOURCE: three year old coleman 5000/6250 generator. High

Your RPM's are too high. There is no voltage regulator in coleman generators (generator is actually made by generac) and is 100% dependent on engine speed. There is a screw under the tank when your looking in from the recoil side. It controls the governor arm. Screw it in and it incresses the rpm, out decrease. Plug something in that draws a decent load while setting the rpms since you want it to put out 120 and 240 underload. Your idle voltage does not matter.

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SOURCE: Coleman 6250 generator runs rough

Fresh fuel? Does carburetor have adjustable jets? Turn the high speed jet (at bottom of float bowl) about 1/4 to1/2 CCW (looking at bottom of bowl). If no improvement, carburetor should be torn apart and cleaned. This also applies if there are no adjustable jets. Is there a fuel filter anywhere?

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SOURCE: My Coleman Powermate 6250 generator has no power

Take the cover off and flash the rotor again with a 12 volt battery. Positive lead goes to the top or right side brush. Negative to the other brush. Just touch it on, then remove it, and check for power at plugs.
If that doesn't do it, change the AVR (voltage regulator)


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SOURCE: I have a Coleman Powermate 6250. Runs Great, No power to outlets!

Excite the genset.

with the gen engine running,
1) plug a 3/8 drill into an outlet,
(make sure the drill is set to the forward rotation)
2) hold the trigger in the run position
3) by hand, rotate the drill chuck with a quick flip of your wrist.
*** NOTE: BE PREPARED !!! this will excite the gen-set and the drill will start to run as normal.

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I've got a coleman 6250 that runs great! Motor wise that is. There's apparently no electricity coming out, and the brushes are new. I'm at a loss...any suggestions?


Shut it off, restart. May have condensation. This happened to me with a generac. OH! OH! OH! Check your fuses! Generator will start, but produce nothing MAY just be a fuse.

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Randy, connect up your volt meter and try manually reving up the engine. Even a few hundred RPM can make a big difference in the generator output.

If that resolves the problem, then you need to adjust the high speed settings on the motor.

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How do i excite my 6250 powermate and where can i buy parts. Runs great but no power at all. Thanks John


One quick way to "excite" the field is to plug an electric drill into the outlet of the running generator. Engage the trigger on your drill and spin the chuck backwards. DO NOT HAVE YOUR FINGERS WRAPPED AROUND THE CHUCK WHEN DOING THIS. IF IT WORKS (not 100%) THE DRILL WILL START UP!!! Coleman was bought out by Pramac, you can find there webpage here.

Hope this helps.

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I have a Coleman Powermate 6250. Runs Great, No power to outlets!


Excite the genset.

with the gen engine running,
1) plug a 3/8 drill into an outlet,
(make sure the drill is set to the forward rotation)
2) hold the trigger in the run position
3) by hand, rotate the drill chuck with a quick flip of your wrist.
*** NOTE: BE PREPARED !!! this will excite the gen-set and the drill will start to run as normal.

I’m happy to assist further over the phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/rolandw_c013176d62ee17ae

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Try this! To excite it. Shut off the generator! Unplug everything,Then use the 12 volt battery to excite it per manual. Make sure the engine is NOT running and the breaker switch is in the on position. Now with the battery 12V removed restart the generator! This should fix it if the problem is that it lost its magnetism.

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