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Thanks, funny you mention that a wire was loose on my lug for my house and the wire was arcing. I'm going to pull the microwave out, I have a drawer under microwave . is that the same set up on yours?

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kmiller wrote:

Never tried to fit a cooler. Our bins are small.


I would say no.??

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[quote=TheoWarrior][quote=kmiller]Never tried to fit a cooler. Our

My microwave is under the range.

The Generator : shore power switch box is probably near your breaker box. I had a very hard time finding it. Like I said when you turn your generator on and it runs for a minute you can hear the switch clicking when it kicks on and runs everything off generator power. that’s one way to find it!

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Good Evening All,

Need some help with the generator and am hoping there is an easy fix. The generator starts will run for a bit then cut out. It will do this both under load and not. There is not a specific amount of time before it cuts out.

Any assistance is appreciated.

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Taking a stab at it , it sounds like a fuel issue. Maybe a fuel filter, they are some what inexpensive to try.

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It was just changed a couple moths ago but good idea and I will give it a shot.

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I know if you don't keep them exercised monthly full power the carvery will come up. I'm not sure if you're aware. But, you also have an error code on the generator. The generator has a indicator that will blink, I believe it's green, each blink will determine the problem your occuring.You can Google the model of generator to get the troubleshooting guide.

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I meant to say carburetor will gum up.

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I have the manual and the codes if you need a copy.
You also can’t run your generator on a tank under 1/4.
It will shut down Automatically if you u get to a quarter of a tank

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