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Depending on the color the lights blinking. Red light blinking usually means charging. Green light on or blinking usually means charged. If its blinking red and green, usually means bad, or defective battery.

Electrical... | Answered 11 hours ago

I would think it's not wired in right. The Shore power sensor circuit may be tied in to Generator power. Control panel would bypass this shore power sensing circuit.

Electrical... | Answered Yesterday

This indicates a possible fuel problem or overload condition causing an under-frequency shutdown.
Cummins gensets are very particular about gaseous fuel delivery. Check the specs and make sure the fuel supply line is of adequate size for its length.

Electrical... | Answered Yesterday

if you dont know where its leaking how can you fix it?? logic right?? clean it all off and keep an eye on it

Electrical... | Answered Yesterday

need a bit more information than that to be able to help

Electrical... | Answered Yesterday

It cannot be done. You will have to pull another wire from the box that the switch wire goes to. If there are only two wires in the box then the whole building is probably not run with the nuetral wire and it is therefore going to be more effort than it is worth.

Electrical... | Answered Yesterday

Water level, good thermostat, good water pump, fan working? All things to check.

Sometimes an airlock will prevent water circulation

ALSO verify your temp gauge and sensor is working correctely. A failure of these may appear as high temp and even shut machine down if the sensor is bad.

Pramac GBW30P... | Answered 2 days ago

The leakage fault of diesel generator is usually caused by the injection of corrosive coolant or seawater into the water radiator of the diesel engine.

Cause of failure: 1. The cooling water added to the cooling water radiator by operator is seawater, which results in the damage of internal waterway and external interface of diesel engine. Therefore, the use of diesel engines must be strictly in accordance with the provisions of the diesel engine operation. 2, the operator feed water radiator in the addition of strong anti-freeze corrosion, resulting in diesel engine waterway parts damage. Troubleshooting methods:
1.Disassemble damaged parts of diesel engine, replace damaged parts of diesel engine after washing water radiator and inner waterway of block with fresh water.
2, after assembly, adjustment, test machine found that the diesel engine returned to normal, the fault was eliminated.

Pramac GBW30P... | Answered 2 days ago

sounds like a dirty carb inside. try running some fuel system cleaner or seafoam through it before tearing it apart

Honda Electrical... | Answered 2 days ago

See if there is sufficient voltage between the two wires using a voltmeter. Also check that there is voltage coming out of the doorbell transformer to the wires, and power from the regular AC line going into the transformer. Sometimes the transformer dies and it's time for a new doorbell, although in the old setups, the transformer was separate from the doorbell.

Electrical... | Answered 3 days ago

Doesn't look like anyone came close to answering this question correctly.While I realise I am answering a VERY old post, a correct answer may help others that come here in the future who are experiencing the same problem.The issue is with the starter clutch. It screws onto the crankshaft and works like a ratchet wrench. It allows the crankshaft to turn freely one way but "catches" if turned the oher.

Most people don't maintain them properly so it gets rusty inside and the bearings don't move like they are supposed to. Hence the clutch doesn't lock.

It's usually a pretty simple fix. Remove the flywheel cover, secure the flywheel so it doesn't turn then use a rubber mallet and a drift to loosen the clutch. It has normal threads so it turns counter clockwise. It should come loose pretty easily. Once off, look at the front of the clutch. There is a cover which is just pressed on. You should be able to get it loose with a hammer and small flat head screwdriver. Carefull you don't loose the bearings (there are 6) which are pretty large. Clean the whole thing out, removing any rust and debris.Then spray the inside with some lite machine oil (don't use grease or any other thick lubricant).

The shaft should have a piece of felt in the center of it. This should also be soaked with machine oil. To reassemble; place the washer and shaft back into the housing, then place a bearing in each "hole". Give it another shot of machine oil and press the cap back on.

Put it back on the engine and replace the cover. You should now have a workng starter. There is a small hole in the front of the clutch. You should periodicaly squirt some oil into it to keep the clutch lubricated.

Briggs &... | Answered 3 days ago

warm weather 30w cold 10w30 or 5w30 synthetics

Electrical... | Answered 3 days ago

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