I'll try to keep this
Ground the generated it's self. I had a similar problem after a storm once. First on the generater itself find a flat peice on the frame say by the motor. Sand in down to mettal. Put a self tapper screw in. Now get a 5' to 6' peice of 10 gauge bear copper wire. Attache it to the generator and shove the rest into the ground. Now it's grounded and It took care power surges when I did it. Hopefully this will help you.
Pramac Honda ...
on Mar 30, 2011
Wat is de klepspeling van
I have installed d530 sff mother board & processor is 3.0GHZ 800mhz error is showing.
Microcode update Error. Missing or Invalid processor microcode update. Please contact HP company.
D 530 SFF is support to 3.0 GHZ processor ?
Pramac EG2800 T...
on Mar 02, 2011
I am having trouble starting after it set for 6
Remove the float bowl and clean out the debris where the bowl nut screw into the carb. Also make sure the bowl nut itself is clean. The fuel jet is directly above the bowl nut. When they sit for any length of time water from condensation causes corrosion that falls to the lowest part of the carb and clogs the jet. Check fuel flow by turning on the fuel while the bowl is removed. It should fill a spray paint can lid in 8 - 10 seconds or less. Make sure to spray carb cleaner into the bowl nut threaded area to clean the tiny jet orifice hole. You may have to use a toothpick to remove debris in this area. Do not force the toothpick into any holes. Use it like a scraper. Let me know if this does ot get you going. There is more that can be done.
Pramac 5000 Watt...
on Nov 06, 2010
Perkins 3 cylinder powered pramac generator
Start looking at your safety circuits.
1. High water temp
2. Low Oil
3. Low water etc...
From the manual these are the protection circuits.
• Engine protection: low oil pressure, high engine temperature.
• Genset protection: under/over voltage, overload, battery charger failure, battery voltage out of limits,
under/over frequency, start failure.
• Circuit breaker protection: IV poles.
• Differential protection.
Any one of them will trip the fuel relay closed. What you may be able to do is disconnect one at a time each protection circuit and see when the fuel relay opens. (Make sure to reconnect each one if it had no effect on the fuel solenoid)
Once you isolate which circuit it is in then you can chase wires or change the bad switch.
Thanks for choosing FixYa.
on Jun 26, 2010
Not finding what you are looking for?