Mitsubishi MBG7000X Operator`s manual

GASOLINE GENERATOR
IMPORTANT – Please make certain that
persons who are to use this equipment
thoroughly read and understand these
instructions and any additional instructions
provided prior to operation.
NOTE:
No refund or exchange once gasoline is placed
into the fuel tank.Warranty registration must be
complete within 30 days of purchase with proof
of purchase.
MBG1200
MBG2902
MBG3500
MBG5500
MBG6500/X
MBG7000/X
Operator’s Manual
NOTE:
THERE IS A PERMANENT CONDUCTOR
BETWEEN THE GENERATOR (STATOR
WINDING) AND THE FRAME.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
● Warning Labels
2-3
4
TOTAL WATTAGE, VOLTAGE AND INSTALLATION
5
FEATURES AND CONTROLS
6-7
PORTABILITY KIT INSTALLATION
8
BEFORE OPERATION
9
OPERATING THE GENERATOR
10
MAINTENANCE
11-12
● Maintenance Schedule
● “How-To” Maintenance
STORAGE
12
TROUBLE SHOOTING
13
SPECIFICATION
14
LIMITED WARRANTY
15
SERVICE INFORMATION
15
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
DANGER
DANGER indicates a potentially
hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, WILL result in death or
serious injury.
WARNING
WARNING indicates a potentially
hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or
serious injury.
WARNING
CAUTION
CAUTION indicates a potentially
hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, may result in minor or
moderate personal injury, or
property damage.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of serious injury or even death,
read the following safety precautions and operating
instructions before operating.
ENGINE AND MUFFLER MAY BE HOT
Contact with muffler area can result in serious burns.
Exhaust heat/gases can ignite combustibles,
structures or damage fuel tank causing a fire.
DO NOT touch hot parts and AVOID hot exhaust
gases. Allow equipment to cool before touching.
DANGER
Using a generator indoors WILL KILL YOU IN MINUTES
Generator exhaust contains carbon monoxide. This
is a poison you cannot see or smell.
NEVER use inside a home or garage, even IF doors
and windows are open; only use OUTSIDE and far
away from windows, doors and vents.
U.S. Code of Federal Regulation (CFR) Title 36 Parks, Forests, and Public Property require
equipment powered by an internal combustion engine to have a spark arrester, maintained in
effective working order, complying to USDA Forest service standard 5100-1C or later revision.
In the State of California a spark arrester is required under section 4442 of the California
Public resources code. Other states may have similar laws.
WARNING
DANGER
Starter and other rotating parts can entangle hands,
hair, clothing, or accessories.
Do not wear loose clothing, jewelry, or anything
that may be caught in the starter or other
rotating parts.
Tie up long hair when operating the generator.
FUEL IS HIGHLY FLAMMABLE AND EXPLOSIVE
Always turn off the engine before adding fuel. Hot
engine parts, sparks or cigarettes can ignite
gasoline. Store fuel away from generator.
Never refuel while smoking or in the vicinity of an
open flame.
Take care not to spill any fuel on the engine or
muffler when refueling.
Before transporting the generator in a vehicle,
drain all fuel to prevent leakage.
Store the generator in a well ventilated area with
the fuel tank empty.
WARNING
KEEP CHILDREN AND PETS AWAY
Keep bystanders, especially children and pets, at
least 50 feet (15m) from the generator. Do not let
children touch the generator. When not in use, the
15m
generator should be stored in a dry, locked location,
out of reach of children.
DANGER
ELECTRICAL SHOCK
Never operate the generator in rain, in wet or
damp locations, or with wet hands, a serve
electrical shock may occur causing serious injury.
Generator should not be operated or stored in wet
or damp conditions or on highly conductive
locations such as metal decking and steel work.
Always make sure the generator is properly
grounded before operating. Failure to do so may
result in serious injury.
CAUTION
HEAVY LOAD
Use proper lifting techniques when transporting the
generator from site to site. Improper lifting
techniques may result in personal injury.
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CAUTION
CAUTION
Improper treatment can damage the unit and shorten its life
The unit should never be operated under these conditions
To prevent surging that may possibly damage the equipment, do
not allow engine to run out of fuel when electrical loads are
applied.
Do not stick anything through ventilating slots, even when the
generator is not operating. This can damage the generator or
cause personal injury.
The generator will do a better and safer job if it is used at the rate
for which it was designed.
Load must be kept within rating stated on generator nameplate.
Overloading will damage the unit or shorten its life.
Engine must not be run at excessive speeds. Operating an
engine at excessive speeds increases the hazard of personal
injury. Do not tamper with parts which may increase or
decrease the governed speed.
Do not connect the generator to another generator to use in
parallel. Doing so may result in damage to the internal
components.
Extension cords, power cords, and all electrical equipments must
be in good condition. Never operate electrical equipment with
damaged or defective cords.
a. Uncontrolled change in engine speed.
b. Electrical output loss.
c. Overheating in connected equipment.
d. Sparking.
e. Damaged receptacles.
f. Engine misfire.
g. Excessive vibration.
h. Flame or smoke.
i. Enclosed compartment.
j. Rain or inclement weather. Do not let the unit get wet when
operating.
NOTICE
Engine oil is hazardous to the environment
Be very careful when changing the oil to prevent spilling onto the
ground. Even if it is washed away, it will not mix with water and
will pollute the watershed—having a negative impact on the
plants and animals that it comes in contact with.
When disposing of engine oil:
1. While changing the engine oil, place a drip pan under the oil
plug to collect the waste.
2. Soak up any spills with sawdust, kitty litter, or sand. NEVER
dump down the drain or sewer.
3. Take the oil and filter to an oil recycling center.
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AVERTISSEMENT
WARNING
WARNING
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AVERTISSEMENT
TOTAL WATTAGE, VOLTAGE AND INSTALLATION
electrician and in compliance with all applicable local electrical
codes.
Proper use requires that a double throw transfer switch be installed
by a licensed qualified electrician so that the building's electrical
circuits may be safely switched between utility power and the
generator's output, thereby preventing back feed into the power
utility's electrical system.
TOTAL WATTAGE
In order to prevent overloading and possible damage to your
generator it is necessary to know the total wattage of the connected
load. To determine which tools and/or appliances your generator
will run follow these steps:
1. Determine if you want to run one item or multiple items
simultaneously.
2. Check wattage requirements for the items you will be running by
referring to the load’s nameplate or by calculating it (multiply amps
x volts = watts).
3. Total the watts for each item. If the nameplate only gives volts
and amps, multiply volts x amps = watts. 1 KW = 1,000 watts.
4. Motorized appliances or tools require more than their rated
wattage for start up.
NOTE: Allow 2 1/2 to 4 times the listed wattage for starting
equipment powered by electric motors.
5. The generator’s rated watts should match or exceed the total
number of watts required for the equipment you want to run.
6. Always connect the heaviest load to the generator first, then add
other items one at a time.
WARNING
To avoid back feeding into utility systems, isolation of the
residence electrical system is required. Before temporary
connection of a generator to the residence electrical system turn
off the main switch. Before making permanent connections a
double throw transfer switch must be installed. To avoid
electrocution or property damage, only a trained electrician
should connect generator to residence electrical system. California
law requires isolation of the residence electrical system before
connecting a generator to residence electrical systems. Temporary
connection not recommended due to back feeding.
Always follow local codes and regulations that apply to the
installation of any item that concerns this product.
VOLTAGE
WARNING
Style
Operating voltage and frequency requirement of all electronic
equipment should be checked prior to plugging them into this
generator. Damage may result if the equipment is not designed to
operate within a +/- 10% voltage variation, and +/- 3 Hz frequency
variation from the generator name plate ratings. To avoid damage,
always have an additional load plugged into the generator if solid
state equipment (such as a television set) is used. A power line
conditioner is recommended for some solid state applications.
A power line conditioner should be used when running one or more
of the following solid state items:
Garage door openers, Kitchen appliances with digital displays,
Televisions, Stereos, Personal computers, Quartz clocks, Copy
machines, Telephone equipment, and other solid state equipment
may require a power line conditioner.
INSTALLATION
WARNING
To avoid possible personal injury or equipment damage, a
registered electrician or an authorized service representative
should perform installation and all services. Under no
circumstances should an unqualified person attempt to wire into a
utility circuit.
To avoid back feeding into utility systems, isolation of the residence
electrical system is required.
Before temporary connection of the generator to the residence
electrical system, turn off the main service/disconnect.
If your generator is to be used as a stand-by power source in case of
utility power failure, it should be installed by a registered
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Ampere
Receptacle AC Plug
Description
Up to 20A
NEMA
5-20R
NEMA
5-20P
Up to 20A
NEMA
5-20R
NEMA
5-20P
GFCI Duplex
Up to 30A
NEMA
L14-30R
NEMA
L14-30P
Twist lock
Duplex
- Ground Fault
Circuit Interrupter
FEATURES AND CONTROLS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
10a.
10a
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
procedure:
Fuel Gauge (3)
(optional)
Push TEST button, The RESET button will pop out. Power is now
off at the outlets protected by the GFCI, indicating that the device
is functioning properly.
If TRIP does not appear when testing, do not use the generator.
Call a qualified electrician.
To restore power, push RESET button.
Inspection Window
FULL
Fuel Tank Cap
Fuel Tank
Fuel Gauge (optional)
Fuel Tank Breathing Valve
Engine Choke Lever
Fuel Shut-off
Air Filter
Recoil Starter
Oil Gauge
Engine Shut-off
Hour Meter
(Only for MBG5500/7000/
MBG7000X)
120 V, 20 Ampere Duplex
Receptacle
or GFCI (optional)
AC Protector
(MBG5500, MBG6500 Only)
Circuit Breaker
120/240 V, 20 Ampere
Twist lock Receptacle
Ground Terminal
Oil Drain Plug
Muffler
Spark Arrester
Carbon Canister
WARNING
EMPTY
If the RESET button pops out during operation, stop the generator
immediately and call a qualified electrician for checking generator
and the appliances.
120 V, 20 Ampere Duplex Receptacle (11)
20 amps of current may be drawn from each half of
the receptacle. However, total power drawn must
be kept within nameplate ratings. These receptacles
may be used along with the twist lock receptacle
provided the generator is not overloaded.
120V, 20 Ampere GFCI Duplex Receptacle (optional)
If your generator comes with GFCI duplex
receptacle, after starting the engine, check the GFCI
for proper functioning by the following test
CAUTION
The duplex 120V receptacle is protected by a GFCI. GFCI shuts off
the output current from the duplex 120V receptacle when a
ground fault occurs in the generator or the appliance. Please note
that other receptacles are not protected by GFCI.
GFCI Duplex Receptacle
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AC Protector and Circuit Breaker (12 and 13)
Fuel Tank Breathing Valve (4) & Carbon Canister (19)
Your generator is protected by an AC protector (expect MBG3500)
and circuit breaker. If the generator is overloaded or an external
short circuit occurs, the AC protector or circuit breaker will trip. If
this occurs, disconnect all electrical loads and try to determine the
cause of the problem before attempting to use the generator again.
If overloading causes the AC protector and circuit breaker to trip,
reduce the load.
Your generator may be equipped with breathing valve and carbon
canister required by Section 213 of the Clean Air Act (42 U.S.C.
section 7547), 40 CFR Part 90, 40 CFR Part 1054, 40 CFR Part 1045
or 40 CFR Part 1060 and California Health and Safety Code, Section
39600, 39601and 43013.
NOTE
This is a system to control gasoline evaporation. Do not remove the
hose, breathing valve and carbon canister when there is fuel in the
fuel tank
ON
OFF
49 States
Fuel Tank Breathing Valve
WARNING
Continuous tripping of the AC protector or circuit breaker may
cause damage to generator or equipment.
Fuel Tank
120/240 V, 30 Ampere Twistlock Receptacle (14)
A maximum of 30 amps may be
drawn from the 120/240 volt
receptacle, provided it is the only
receptacle used. However, current
must be limited to the nameplate
rating. If the 120/240 volt
receptacle is used along with the
120 volt receptacle, the total load
drawn must not exceed the
nameplate ratings.
Hose
2) TWIST
Air Filter
1)
IN
SE
RT
California
Ground Terminal (15)
Your generator needs to be properly connected to an appropriate
earth ground to help prevent electric shock. A ground terminal
connected to the frame of the generator has been provided for this
purpose.
Connecting a length of heavy gauge (12 AWG min.) copper wire
between the generator Ground Terminal and a copper rod driven
into the ground should provide a suitable ground connection.
However, consult with a local electrician to insure that local codes
are being adhered to.
Fuel Tank Breathing Valve
Fuel Tank
Hose
P: Purge(to air filter)
T: Tank(to fuel tank)
Air Filter
Ground Terminal location
Grounding Spike
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Carbon Canister
A: ATM(to air)
PORTABILITY KIT INSTALLATION
Step 1
Step 2
NUT, FLANGE M8
NUT, FLANGE M8
BRACKET, FOOT
RUBBER FOOT
BOLT, FLANGE M8×25
BOLT, FLANGE M8×16
Step 3
Step 4
CUSHION, HANDEL
PIN Ф3.2
BOLT, FLANGE M8×55
HANDEL
AXIAL, WHEEL
GASKET, NYLON Φ8
WHEEL, 10"
NUT, FLANGE M8
GASKET Ф27xФ16.5
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BEFORE OPERATION
Fill the tank with clean, fresh unleaded
automotive gasoline
- Check fuel level.
- If fuel level is low, refill with unleaded
automotive gasoline.
- Be sure to use the fuel filter screen on the
fuel filter neck.
Check Engine Oil
WARNING
DO NOT attempt to start this engine without filling the crank case
with the proper amount and type of oil. Your generator has been
shipped from the factory without oil in the crankcase. Operating
the unit without oil can damage the engine.
Use class SE oil or a higher grade according to the table below. SAE
10W-30 or 10W-40 is recommended for general, all temperature
use.
10W
Single
Grade
Oil
Multiple
Grade
Oil
Temperature°
C
°
F
20W
20#
10W-40
10W-30
–30
–22
–20
–4
CHECK AIR CLEANER TO MAKE SUR IT IS CLEAN
If not, please refer to “HOW-TO” MAINTENANCE.
Check Loose and Missing Parts
30#
Before starting the generator, check for loose or missing parts and
for any damage which may have occurred during shipment.
40#
5W-20
–10
14
0
32
10
50
20
68
- Inspect the oil level by using the oil gauge
before starting the engine each time;
30
86
Check the Generator to Make Sure It Is Correctly
Grounded
40
104
OIL GAUGE
(Not Tightened )
Regular Oil
Level
- Top up the oil level to the maximum level
mark and/or until oil flows from the
opening;
- Ensure both Oil Gauges are secure.
Fuel Level
Lowest Oil Level
NOTICE
Low oil sensor
The unit is equipped with a low oil sensor. If the oil level becomes
lower than required, the sensor will activate a warning device or
stop the engine.
If generator shuts off and the oil level is within specifications,
check to see if generator is sitting at an angle that forces oil to shift.
Place on an even surface to correct this.
If engine fails to start, the oil level may not be sufficient to
deactivate low oil level switch. Make sure the sump is completely
full of oil.
Check Engine Fuel
WARNING
DO NOT refuel while smoking or near open flame or other such
potential fire hazards. Otherwise a fire accident may occur.
- Do not refill tank while engine is running or hot.
- Close fuel cock before refueling with fuel.
- Be careful not to admit dust, dirt, water or other foreign objects
into fuel.
- Wipe off spilt fuel thoroughly before starting engine.
- Keep open flames away.
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OPERATING THE GENERATOR
Start the Generator
ELECTRIC START(optional feature)
Turn the key to “START” Position until
the engine starts,then release the
key so it could return to “ON”
position automatically;
1. Disconnect all electrical
loads from the generator;
ON / MARCHE
START / DÉBUT
OFF / ARRÊT
KEY
7. As the engine warms up,
readjust the choke lever to
“OPEN” postion;
2. Set the circuit breaker to the
“OFF” position;
OPEN
OFF
8. Apply load only after generator is
running. Voltage is regulated via the
engine speed adjusted at the factory
for correct output. Readjusting will
void warranty.
3. Open the fuel shut off;
ON
4. Set the engine stop switch to the
“ON” position;
9. Set all breakers to “ON” Postiion;
ON
ON
5. Set the choke lever to “Choke”
positon. Not necessary if the
engine is warm;
CAUTION
When applying a load, do not exceed the maximum wattage
rating of the generator when using one or more receptacles. Also,
do not exceed the amperage rating of any one receptacle.
CHOKE
CAUTION
6. MANUAL START
Pull the starter handle slowly until
resistance is felt. This is the
“compression” point. Then, return the
handle to its original position and pull
swiftly until engine starts.
Do not apply heavy electrical load during break-in period (the first
two to three hours of operations)
Stop the Generator
1. Remove entire electrical load;
2. Let the engine run for two minutes without load;
3. Move the engine stop switch to the “OFF” position or turn the key
to “OFF” position;
4. Do not leave the generator until it has completely stopped;
5. Close the fuel shut off valve if the engine is to be put in storage or
transported;
6. If a cover is used, do not install until unit has cooled.
WARNING
To avoid accidently hurting people nearby when pulling the
starter handle, Please keep bystanders, especially children and
pets, away.
CAUTION
CAUTION
Do not allow the starter handle to snap back against the engine.
Return it gently to its starting position to prevent damage to the
starter or the housing.
Move the engine stop switch to the “OFF” position to stop engine
directly in an emergency situation.
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MAINTENANCE
1. Maintenance Schedule
ITEM
Spark Plug
Engine Oil
REMARKS
INITIAL
EVERY
EVERY
Before Operation
25HR
50HR
100HR
Check condition adjust gap and clean. Replace if
●
necessary
●
Check oil level
●
Replace
Air Filter
Clean, replace if necessary
Fuel Filter
Clean and adjust. Replace if necessary
Fuel Hose
DAILY
●
●
Check fuel hose for crack or damage. Replace if
●
necessary
Check for leakage. Retighten or
Exhaust
replace gasket if necessary
System
Check muffler screen. Clean/replace if
●
●
necessary
Carburetor
Cooling
System
Starting
System
●
●
check choke operation
Check fan damage
●
Check recoil starter operation
●
Fittings
Check all fittings and
Fasteners
fasteners correct if necessary
●
CAUTION
To prevent accidental starting, always remove the spark plug or
cable from the spark plug before maintaining the generator or
engine.
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Clean Air Filter
2. “How-To” Maintenance
1. Unscrew the air filter cover;
2. Remove filter element and wash
well in solvent;
3. Pour a small amount of oil onto the
filter element and gently squeeze out
any excess oil;
4. Replace the filter element and air
filter cover;
5. Be sure the filter cover seals
properly all around.
Engine Oil Change
1. Drain oil by removing the drain
plug and the oil gauge while
engine is warm.
2. Reinstall the drain plug and fill
the engine with oil until it
reaches the upper level on the oil
filler cap.
3. Clean the oil on the panel.
Dispose of used oil in local
authority disposal site.
Oil Gauge
Oil Drain Plug
Element Holder
Element
Clean Carbon Brush
The brush is the area which touches
the slip ring, and its surface must be
kept smooth.
If the brush becomes excessively
worn, its contact pressure with
the slip ring changes and causes a
roughened surface on the slip
ring, resulting in irregular
generator performance.
Check the brush every 300 hours
or if generator performance is
irregular.
If the brush is 0.2 in (5mm) long
or less, replace it with a new one.
WARNING
Engine oil may be hot.
Let engine cool at least 2 minutes before removing
fuel cap. Loosen cap slowly to relieve pressure in
tank.
Clean Spark Plug
1. If the plug is contaminated
with carbon, remove it using a
plug cleaner and wire brush.
2. Adjust the electrode gap to 0.7
to 0.8 mm.
Length when new
10~11mm
5 mm
Brush
Slip ring
Brush holder
Flange bolts
Bracket cover
Flange bolts
Engine
GT241/400/600
GT1000/GT1300
Manufacturer
NGK
Bosch
NGK
Denso
Champion
Bosch
Product No.
BP6RSH
E6RTC
BPR5ES
W16EPR
RN11YC
WR8DC+
STORAGE
L
2. Loosen the drain screw on the side of
the carburetor float chamber, and drain
the fuel completely.
NOTE
1) There are two screws on carburetor.
The vertical one is the screw to hold the
carburetor float chamber; the other one
on the side of the carburetor float
chamber is the drain screw.
2) Tighten the drain screw very carefully
to avoid damaging the fuel cup.
3. Remove the spark plug, pour 2 to 3 cc of
engine oil into the cylinder, and turn the
crank shaft several times.
OI
Besides draining fuel from fuel tank, the
following procedures should be followed
prior to storage of your generator for
periods of 3 months or longer.
1. Turn fuel shut off to “OPEN” position.
OPEN
4. Replace the spark plug and pull starter
handle until resistance is felt.
Drain screw
5. Store the generator in a well ventilated,
low humidity area.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
NOTE
If your generator experiences a low engine oil condition, the engine will automatically shut off. Please check the oil first if you cannot start
the generator.
Condition
Cause
Insufficient
compression
Corrective Action
Loose spark plug
Tighten plug properly
Loose cylinder head bolt
Tighten bolt properly
Damaged gasket
Replace gasket
1. Insufficient pulling speed for
Pull rope sharply
No fuel
starting rope
supplied to
2. Foreign matter in fuel tank
Clean tank
Engine won't
combustion
3. Clogged fuel line
Clean fuel line
start
chamber
4. No fuel in tank
Refill tank
5. Fuel switch not open
Open valve
1. Spark plug dirty with carbon
Remove carbon or wipe out spark
Combustion
or wet with fuel
plug
chamber
2. Damaged spark plug
Replace spark plug
supplied with
3. Faulty Magneto
fuel
4. Improper adjustment of
Low engine
output
Engine runs
Sufficient
compression
erratically
Consult the Service Center
carburetor
Improper grade of fuel used
Engine ON, yet
no AC output
Make sure the proper grade of fuel
has been used
Overloading
Make sure you haven’t plugged in too
Overheating
many devices. Check fan
Lower oil level
Add sufficient oil as specified.
Tripped circuit breaker
Reset
Poor connection or faulty lead
Check and repair
Broken receptacle
Faulty circuit breaker
Contact the Service Center
Generator problem
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SPECIFICATION
MODEL NO.
Alternator
Type / Voltage regulation:
Frequency:
Voltage:
Rated Watts:
Starting Watts:
Engine
Brand / Model:
Type:
Displacement:
Fuel Tank Size:
Run Time @ 75% load
Lubricating oil:
Starting System:
Oil Alert:
Fuel Gauge:
Control Panel
MBG1200
MBG3500
MBG5500
Brush/AVR
60 Hz
120 V
1000 W
1200 W
Brush/AVR
60 Hz
120/240 V
2800 W
3500 W
Brush/AVR
60 Hz
120/240 V
5000 W
5500 W
MITSUBISHI GT241
OHV, 4 Stroke, Air cooled
79.6 cc
1.85 Gallon / Unleaded Gasoline
10 Hours / Tank
0.1 Gallon / Engine oil SD or Higher
Manual Start
Equipped
Optional
MITSUBISHI GT600
OHV, 4 Stroke, Air cooled
181 cc
4 Gallon / Unleaded Gasoline
10.3 Hours / Tank
0.16 Gallon / Engine oil SD or Higher
Manual Start
Equipped
Optional
MITSUBISHI GT1000
OHV, 4 Stroke, Air cooled
296 cc
7 Gallon / Unleaded Gasoline
11.4 Hours / Tank
0.32 Gallon / Engine oil SD or Higher
Manual Start
Equipped
Optional
Outlets:
(2)120V,20A outlets
(4)120V,20A outlets,
(1)120/240V,30A Twistlock Outlet
(4)120V,20A outlets,
(1)120/240V,30A Twistlock Outlet
Hour Meter
Circuit Breaker:
Overview
Weight:
Dimensions:
Equipped
Equipped
Optional
Equipped
60.6 Lbs. (27.5 kilograms)
18.5''L×14.9'' W×15.4'' H
99 Lbs. (45 kilograms)
22.6'' L×17.3'' W×18.9'' H
174 Lbs. (79 kilograms)
28.5'' L×20'' W×22.5'' H
MBG6500
MBG6500X
MBG2902
MODEL NO.
Alternator
Type / Voltage regulation:
Frequency:
Voltage:
Rated Watts:
Starting Watts:
Engine
Brand / Model:
Type:
Displacement:
Fuel Tank Size:
Run Time @ 75% load
Lubricating oil:
Starting System:
Oil Alert:
Fuel Gauge:
Control Panel
Brush/AVR
60 Hz
120/240 V
6000 W (※)
7000 W
MBG7000
6500 W
Brush/AVR
60 Hz
120/240 V
6000 W (※)
7000 W
MBG7000X
6500 W
Brushless/Condenser
60 Hz
120 V
2800 W
3500 W
MITSUBISHI GT1300
OHV, 4 Stroke, Air cooled
391 cc
7 Gallon / Unleaded Gasoline
8.4 Hours / Tank
0.32 Gallon / Engine oil SD or Higher
Manual Start
Equipped
Optional
MITSUBISHI GT1300
OHV, 4 Stroke, Air cooled
391 cc
7 Gallon / Unleaded Gasoline
8.4 Hours / Tank
0.32 Gallon / Engine oil SD or Higher
Manual / Electric Start
Equipped
Optional
MITSUBISHI GT600
OHV, 4 Stroke, Air cooled
181 cc
2.6 Gallon / Unleaded Gasoline
6.7 Hours / Tank
0.16 Gallon / Engine oil SD or Higher
Manual Start
Equipped
Optional
Outlets:
(4)120V,20A outlets,
(1)120/240V,30A Twistlock Outlet
(4)120V,20A outlets,
(1)120/240V,30A Twistlock Outlet
(4)120V,20A outlets
Hour Meter
Circuit Breaker:
Overview
Weight:
Dimensions:
Optional
Equipped
Optional
Equipped
Equipped
187 Lbs. (85 kilograms)
28.5'' L×20'' W×22.5'' H
187 Lbs. (85 kilograms)
28.5'' L×20'' W×22.5'' H
106 Lbs. (48 kilograms)
24'' L×17.3'' W×20'' H
(※) rated 6000W for Canadian model in accordance with CSA regulations.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
This Mitsubishi engine product carries a guarantee of 24 months. If
your product develops a fault within this period, DO NOT return to
store, you should, in the first instance contact our customer
service.
1. Problems caused by parts that are not original parts.
We welcome warranty repairs and apologize to you for being
inconvenienced. Any Authorized Service Dealer may perform
warranty repairs. Most warranty repairs are handled routinely, but
sometimes requests for warranty service may not be appropriate.
To avoid misunderstanding which might occur between the
customer and the dealer, listed below are some of the causes of
engine failure that the warranty does not cover.
3. Parts which are scored or broken because an engine was
operated with insufficient or contaminated lubricating oil, or an
incorrect grade of lubricating oil (check and refill when necessary,
and change at recommended intervals). OIL GARD may not shut
down running engine. Engine damage may occur if oil level is not
properly maintained.
Normal wear: Engines, like all mechanical parts, need periodic
parts service and replacement to perform well. Your warranty will
not cover repairs when wear has occurred because of misuse, lack
of routine maintenance, shipping, handling, has exhausted the life
of a part or an engine. Warranty would not apply if engine damage
occurred because of misuse, lack of routine maintenance, shipping,
handling, warehousing or improper installation. Similarly, warranty
is void if the serial number of the engine has been removed or the
engine has been altered or modified.
Improper maintenance: The life of an engine depends upon the
conditions under which it operates, and the care it receives. Often
used in dusty or dirty conditions, which can cause what appears to
be premature wear. Such wear, when caused by dirt, dust, spark
plug cleaning grit, or other abrasive material that has entered the
engine because of improper maintenance, is not covered by
warranty.
This warranty covers engine related defective material and/or
workmanship only, nor does the warranty extend to repairs
required because of:
2. Leaking carburetors, clogged fuel pipes, sticking valves, or other
damage, caused by using contaminated or stale fuel.
4. Damage or wear to parts caused by dirt, which entered the
engine because of improper air cleaner maintenance, re-assembly,
or use of a non-original air cleaner element or cartridge. At
recommended intervals, clean and/or replace the filter as stated in
the Operator’s Manual.
5. Parts damaged by over-speeding, or overheating caused by
grass, debris, or dirt, which plugs or clogs the cooling fins, or
flywheel area, or damage caused by operating the engine in a
confined area without sufficient ventilation. Clean engine debris at
recommended intervals as stated in the Operator’s Manual.
6. Engine or equipment parts broken by excessive vibration caused
by a loose engine mounting, or unbalanced impellers, improper
attachment of equipment to engine, over-speeding or other abuse
in operation.
7. Routine tune-up or adjustment of the engine.
8. Engine or engine component failure, i.e., combustion chamber,
valves, valve seats, valve guides, or burned starter, caused by the
use of gasoline formulated with ethanol greater than 10%.
Service Information
contact
1-888-666-0292
info@brilliantindustry.com
to find out closest repair center,
to obtain warranty service information
or to order replacement parts or accessories.
HOW TO ORDER REPLACEMENT PARTS
To order replacement parts, please give the following us information:
1. Model No. and Serial No. and all specifications shown on the Model No./Serial No. plate.
Brilliant Group Industry Inc.
www.brilliantindustry.com
Head Office: 159 N. Central Ave. Valley Stream, NY 11580
MBG12AAA-07203