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Check and replace the spark plug, clean filters and try again. If this doesn't fix it, it is probably the carb. Clean it and try a SMALL squirt of starter fluid

Pramac... | Answered on Jun 17, 2014


ck the low/no oil switch seems i see a lot of problems with them in generators for some reason

Pramac... | Answered on Jun 04, 2014


Try a shot of starting fluid. If it does not start with that it may have a fuel supply problem.

Pramac P6000s -... | Answered on Jun 04, 2014


Probably, about the time it lost power is when the bearing went bad. The rotor was probably hitting the stator at that point, but the exhaust noise was so loud that you couldn't hear it. As long as it is turning, it will try to produce power, but with the bad bearing, it eventually overheated.

Pramac 5000 Watt... | Answered on Apr 14, 2014


You should open the back cover of the alternator, take a voltage meter and check for voltage if there is no voltage then check the brush if the brush is ok then change the avr .

Pramac... | Answered on Mar 19, 2014


Loaded circuit or open circuit? If loaded, brushes need cleaning before buying parts. Check manual for procedure on your model. The brushes are usually culprit. Make sure cleaned and tension springs are free. Use compressed air to clean out armature area where brushes located. Re install and test. If better but not fixed replacement brushes may be needed. If open ckt voltage is high this could be normal. Suggest you email product support to be sure.

Pramac 2800 Watt... | Answered on Jan 22, 2014

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