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RE: Gen shuts off unless “Start” held down

It could be the carburetor fuel shut of valve is stuck in the off condition. Follow the wires to the carburetor and it should lead you to the valve. Disconnect the wires, unscrew the valve. Clean and lubricate it so the rod moves easily. -OR- replace it with a new one.
wra 04/08/23 03:08pm Tech Issues
RE: Onan generator shutting down after releasing start button

I had a similar problem. The problem was the fuel shut off solenoid on the carb. It got stuck in the shut off position. Clean or replace it and it should be good again. Having a low RV fuel tank could be a problem too. The gen gets its gas from the RV tank. The pipe that the gen gets the fuel does not go to the bottom of the RV tank. This keeps the RV from running out of gas by the generator use. There should be enough gas left to get to a gas station.
wra 03/04/23 08:54pm Tech Issues
RE: Alternative to bumper sewer hose carrier

I use a PVC black drain field pipe under my RV. I use hose clamps for mounting it in place. I use a long nut and bolt on each end to keep it in place. The nut and bolt on the entry end is easily unscrewed to allow removing and returning the drain hose. All the parts are available at Lowes, Home Depot and local hardware stores.
wra 11/19/22 09:27pm Travel Trailers
RE: What is this? Attached to T. V.

Your photo did not show on my screen. However, the item may be a 75 ohm cable to 300 ohm, two wire flat cable, transformer. They were very common in the older TV's. That was used to connect the cable from the RV antenna to the two wire antenna input of the TV. It could also be a digital to analog converter. Today's TV broadcasts are Digital, and your tube TV would be analog. Again it connected the RV antenna to the TV's audio/video or antenna input of your TV. Your RV antenna cable should fit straight into you new TV, with out that device. It could also be a cable that goes to your RV remote speakers. If it is, a converter/adapter may be needed to connect the RV remote speakers to your new TV.
wra 06/09/22 03:45pm Class A Motorhomes
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