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SAFETY DEFINITIONS
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This safety alert symbol appears
with most safety statements. It
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safety is involved! Please read and
abide by the message that follows
the safety alert symbol.
! DANGER
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
! WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
! CAUTION
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury.
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intended.
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SAFETY
GENERAL SAFETY RULES
! DANGER
Never use the generator in a location
that is wet or damp. Never expose the
generator to rain, snow, water spray or
standing water while in use. Protect the
generator from all hazardous weather
conditions. Moisture or ice can cause a
short circuit or other malfunction in the
electrical circuit.
Never operate the generator in an
enclosed area. Engine exhaust
contains carbon monoxide. Only
operate the generator outside and
away from windows, doors and vents.
! WARNING
Voltage produced by the generator
could result in death or serious injury.
• Never operate the generator in
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precautions are taken to avoid being
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• Never use worn or damaged
extension cords.
• Always have a licensed electrician
connect the generator to the utility
circuit.
• Never touch an operating generator
if the generator is wet or if you have
wet hands.
• Never operate the generator in highly
conductive areas such as around
metal decking or steel works.
• Always use grounded extension
cords. Always use three-wire or
double-insulated power tools.
• Never touch live terminals or
bare wires while the generator is
operating.
• Be sure the generator is properly
grounded before operating.
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! WARNING
Gasoline and gasoline vapors are
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under certain conditions.
• Always refuel the generator
outdoors, in a well-ventilated area.
• Never remove the fuel cap with the
engine running.
• Never refuel the generator while
the engine is running. Always turn
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cool before refueling.
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form of ignition (such as match,
cigarette, static electric source) away
when refueling.
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the fuel tank can result in a sudden
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spilled gasoline coming in contact
with HOT surfaces. Spilled fuel
can ignite. If fuel is spilled on
the generator, wipe up any spills
immediately. Dispose of rag properly.
Allow area of spilled fuel to dry
before operating the generator.
• Wear eye protection while refueling.
• Never use gasoline as a cleaning
agent.
• Store any containers containing
gasoline in a well-ventilated area,
away from any combustibles or
source of ignition.
• Check for fuel leaks after refueling.
Never operate the engine if a fuel
leak is discovered.
SAFETY
! WARNING
Never operate the generator if powered
items overheat, electrical output drops,
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coming from the generator, or if the
receptacles are damaged.
Always remove any tools or other
service equipment used during
maintenance from the generator before
operating.
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operation and remains hot after
stopping the engine.
• Never touch hot surfaces and avoid
hot exhaust gases.
• Let engine cool before storing the
generator indoors.
Battery gases are explosive.
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sparks or spark-producing equipment
near the battery.
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of sulfuric acid, which can cause
severe burns.
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to contact eyes, skin or clothing.
If contact or spillage of electrolyte
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water.
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• Never use this product to power
life support devices or life support
appliances.
• Never use this product to power
medical devices or medical
appliances.
• Inform your electricity provider
immediately if you or anyone in your
household depends on electrical
equipment to live.
• Inform your electrical provider
immediately if a loss of power
would cause you or anyone in your
household to experience a medical
emergency.
! WARNING
!
California Proposition 65
The engine exhaust from this product
contains chemicals known to the state
of California to cause cancer, birth
defects or other reproductive harm.
! WARNING
Always use caution when around the
generator. The generator is equipped
with a remote start feature that could
be activated, allowing the generator to
start without warning.
Always disconnect the negative
(-) battery cable when servicing or
performing any maintenance on the
generator. This will disable the remote
start system, which will prevent
accidental starting of the generator.
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SAFETY
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SPECIFICATIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
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GENERATOR
8KPRO Series
10KPRO Series
8000
10,000
10,000
12,000
POWER
Rated Power (W)
Maximum Power (W)
60
Frequency (Hz) +/- 5%
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Voltage (V) +/- 5%
OPERATING TEMPERATURE
Maximum (F/C)
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Minimum (F/C)
ʸʻͮƭƖʸʷͮ
ENGINE
3600
Rated Speed (RPM)
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Type
Displacement (cc)
Valve Lash [in. (mm)]
420
680
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Fuel††
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Fuel Tank Capacity (gal/L)
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Engine Oil
Engine Oil Capacity (qt/L)
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ʸƔʼ
Oil Filter
ƭ
180389
Oil Cooler
ƭ
ʷƔʷʹʿƖʷƔʷʺʸƭʷƔʾƖʷƔʿ
Spark Plug Gap (in./mm)
Air Filter
Battery
180387
180099†
Spark Plug
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160063
100024
100170
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2-1
SPECIFICATIONS
BOLT AND FASTENER TORQUE INFORMATION
Table 2-2: Torque Values
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Fastener Size
Torque Values
ft-lb
N·m
ÂÊ»ÈÄ·ÊÅÈĺÅÌ»ÈÅÂÊÉ
ʼÎʷƔʾʼÎʸʹ
3
4
ÂÊ»ÈÄ·ÊÅÈÅËɿĽÅÂÊÉ
ʸʷÎʸƔʹʼÎʿʷ
35
48
λȷ¹Á»ÊÅÂÊÉ
ʿÎʸƔʷÎʸʽ
18
25
ÈËɾÉɻøÂÏÅÂÊ
ʼÎʷƔʾʼÎʸʽ
2
2
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ʽÎʸƔʷÎʸʷ
2
2
ʿÎʸƔʹʼ
11
15
ʽÎʸƔʷÎʸʼ
3
4
ÅÅ¿Ľ·Ä·Ľ»ËÊ
ʸʿÎʸƔʼ
77
105
È·ÄÁ¹·É»ÅÌ»ÈÅÂÊÉ
ʿÎʸƔʹʼÎʻʷ
21
28
Ï¿ĺ»È»·ºÅÂÊÉ
ʸʷÎʸƔʹʼÎʿʷ
35
48
ξ·ËÉÊ¿Æ»ÅÂÊÉ
ʿÎʺʹ
13
18
ʸʷÎʸƔʹʼ
17
24
˻·ÄÁÅËÄʿĽÅÂÊÉ
ʽÎʸƔʷÎʹʼ
7
10
½Ä¿Ê¿ÅÄÅ¿ÂÅÂÊÉ
ʽÎʸƔʷÎʹʼ
7
10
Ëű»ÈÅÌ»ÈÅÂÊÉ
ʽÎʸƔʷÎʸʻ
3
4
Ëű»È»·ÈÅËÄʿĽȷ¹Á»ÊÅÂÊÉ
ʿÎʸƔʷÎʸʽ
13
18
Ëű»È¿º»
˷ȺÅÂÊÉ
ʽÎʸƔʷÎʸʻ
3
4
¿ÂÈ·¿Ä¹È»Í
ʸʹÎʸƔʼ
24
32
¿ÌÅʺÀËÉʿĽËÊÉ
ʽÎʷƔʾʼ
9
12
¿ÌÅÊÅÂÊÉ
ʿÎʸƔʹʼ
22
30
ÅÊÅÈÅÂÊ
Ư
35
48
ʻÎʷƔʾʼÎʸʽ
1
1
ʺƔʼÎʷƔʾʼÎʸʷ
1
1
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Æ·ÈÁÂ˽
ʸʺƭʸʽͲ
21
28
ʽÎʸƔʷ
4
6
ËÆÆÅÈÊ»½ÊÅȷûÅÂÊÉ
ʿÎʸƔʷÎʸʽ
18
25
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ʿÎʸƔʷÎʹʼ
18
25
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ʽÎʸƔʷÎʻʷ
7
10
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2-2
SPECIFICATIONS
WIRING DIAGRAMS
10KPRO Series
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2-3
SPECIFICATIONS
8KPRO Series
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2-4
COMPONENTS
GENERAL GENERATOR FEATURES – 10KPRO
2
1
4
3
Figure 3-1
1 - Engine Control Switch: Turns the engine on
and off.
2 - Control Panel: Contains the circuit breakers
and outlets.
3 - Battery: Used for starting the generator.
4 - Oil Dipstick: Remove the dipstick to check
the engine oil.
3-1
COMPONENTS
1
2
3
4
7
5
6
Figure 3-2
1 - Fuel Gauge: Indicates fuel level.
5 - Oil Fill Cap: Remove to add engine oil.
2 - Fuel Shutoff Valve: Controls the flow of fuel
to the engine.
6 - Spark Plug Boot (Wire): Must be removed
when servicing the engine or the spark plug.
3 - Air Cleaner Cover: Must remove to service
the air cleaner.
7 - Muffler: Avoid contact until the engine is
cooled down.
4 - Quick Drain Valve: Use to drain
contaminants from the fuel tank.
3-2
COMPONENTS
CONTROL PANEL FEATURES – 10KPRO
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
15 14
12
13
11
10
Figure 3-3 – Control Panel Features
1-
Battery Charger Port: Plug the 120-volt
AC charger into this port to charge the
generator battery.
2-
Low Idle Control: With the smart idle switch
in the ON (I) position, if there is no load
present to any of the outlets for 5 seconds
or longer, the engine speed will reduce to
1800 RPM. If a load is applied to any of the
outlets, the engine speed will automatically
increase to 3600 RPM. With the smart idle
control in the OFF (O) position, the engine
will constantly run at 3600 RPM.
3-
20-Amp Circuit Breakers: Each circuit
breaker limits the current that can be
delivered through the 120-volt duplex outlets
to 20 amps.
8-
120/240-Volt, 30-Amp Circuit Breakers:
The circuit breakers limit the current that can
be delivered through the 120/240-volt outlet
to 30 amps.
9-
Ground Fault Sensor: The sensor will
scan all the outlets on the control panel for
a ground fault. If a ground fault is detected
from any of the outlets, the sensor will
automatically trip the main circuit breaker.
10 - Ground Terminal: The ground terminal is
used to ground the generator.
11 - Main Circuit Breaker: The main circuit
breaker controls total output of all outlets to
protect the generator.
12 - 120/240-Volt, 30-Amp Twist Lock Outlet
(NEMA L14-30): The outlet can supply
either 120V or 240V output up to 30 amps.
4-
120-Volt, 30-Amp Twist Lock Outlet: The
outlet can supply 120V output up to 30 amps.
5-
120-Volt, 30-Amp Circuit Breakers: The
circuit breaker limits the current that can be
delivered through the 120-volt outlet to 30
amps.
6-
120/240-Volt, 50-Amp Twist Lock Outlet:
Outlet can supply either 120V or 240V output.
14 - Remote Start Program Button: Use this
button along with the key fob to program the
generator to be started remotely.
7-
Data Center: The data center displays
voltage, frequency and accumulated run
time.
15 - Remote Start Indicator Light: The light will
light or flash depending on the status of the
remote start system.
13 - 120-Volt, 20-Amp Duplex Outlets: Each
outlet is capable of carrying a maximum of
20 amps on a single outlet or a combination
of all outlets.
3-3
COMPONENTS
GENERAL GENERATOR FEATURES – 8KPRO
2
4
1
3
Figure 3-4
3-4
1 - Engine Control Switch: Turns the engine on
and off.
3 - Oil Fill Plug/Dipstick: Must be removed to
add and check oil.
2 - Control Panel: Contains the circuit breakers
and outlets.
4 - Fuel Gauge: Indicates fuel level.
COMPONENTS
2
1
3
4
5
Figure 3-5
1 - Muffler: Avoid contact until the engine is
cooled down.
4 - Recoil Handle: Used to start the generator
manually.
2 - Spark Plug Boot (Wire): Must be removed
when servicing the engine or the spark plug.
5 - Air Cleaner Cover: Must remove to service
the air cleaner.
3 - Quick Drain Valve: Use to drain
contaminants from the fuel tank.
3-5
COMPONENTS
CONTROL PANEL FEATURES – 8KPRO
2
1
12
3
11
4
10
5
9
6
8
7
Figure 3-6 – Control Panel Features
3-6
1-
Battery Charger Port: Plug the 120-volt
AC charger into this port to charge the
generator battery.
2-
Low Idle Control: With the smart idle switch
in the ON (I) position, if there is no load
present to any of the outlets for 5 seconds
or longer, the engine speed will reduce to
1800 RPM. If a load is applied to any of the
outlets, the engine speed will automatically
increase to 3600 RPM. With the smart idle
control in the OFF (O) position, the engine
will constantly run at 3600 RPM.
3-
20-Amp Circuit Breakers: Each circuit
breaker limits the current that can be
delivered through the 120-volt duplex outlets
to 20 amps.
4-
Data Center: The data center displays
voltage, frequency and accumulated run
time.
5-
120/240-Volt, 30-Amp Twist Lock Outlet
(NEMA L14-30): The outlet can supply
either 120V or 240V output up to 30 amps.
6-
Ground Fault Sensor: The sensor will
scan all the outlets on the control panel for
a ground fault. If a ground fault is detected
from any of the outlets, the sensor will
automatically trip the main circuit breaker.
7-
Ground Terminal: The ground terminal is
used to ground the generator.
8-
Main Circuit Breaker: The main circuit
breaker controls total output of all outlets to
protect the generator.
9-
120-Volt, 30-Amp Twist Lock Outlet: The
outlet can supply 120V output up to 30 amps.
10 - 120-Volt, 20-Amp Duplex Outlets: Each
outlet is capable of carrying a maximum of
20 amps on a single outlet or a combination
of all outlets.
11 - Remote Start Program Button: Use this
button along with the key fob to program the
generator to be started remotely.
12 - Remote Start Indicator Light: The light will
light or flash depending on the status of the
remote start system.
PREPARING FOR SERVICE
! WARNING
ANYONE using or servicing this
generator must read, understand
and follow all safety and operation
instructions provided in this
manual. Failure to closely follow
these instructions can result in
circumstances leading to serious
injury or death, and property damage.
TRANSPORTING GENERATOR
! WARNING
Hot engine or exhaust system can
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generator cool completely before
transporting.
REQUIRED TOOLS
When moving or transporting the generator:
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4-1
PREPARING FOR SERVICE
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4-2
SERVICE REPAIR TIME ANALYSIS
SERVICE REPAIR TIME ANALYSIS AND FLAT RATE SCHEDULE
10KPRO
Series
(min.)
8KPRO
Series
(min.)
120
120
Battery
–
30
Brush Assembly
45
45
Charging Coil Assembly
115
45
Control Panel Assembly
60
60
Flash the Field
45
45
Ignition Coil
120
50
Meters / Circuit Breakers
45
45
Oil Shutdown Switch
40
40
Receptacles / Ports
50
50
Spark Plug
30
30
Electric Starter
45
45
Starter Solenoid
35
35
Voltage Regulator
30
60
Air Filter
45
30
Air Filter Assembly
55
40
Carburetor
65
50
Choke
75
45
Cylinder Head Cover
45
45
Cylinder Head Gasket
70
40
Engine Complete
255
210
Governor Assembly
70
50
Head Cover Gasket
40
40
Operation
ELECTRICAL
Alternator Complete
ENGINE
5-1
SERVICE REPAIR TIME ANALYSIS
10KPRO
Series
(min.)
8KPRO
Series
(min.)
Carbon Canister (with bracket)
(CARB Emission Equipment)
45
45
Carbon Canister Tube
(CARB Emission Equipment)
30
30
Exhaust Pipe
(CARB Emission Equipment)
60
40
Fuel Gauge
30
30
Vapor Line
(CARB Emission Equipment)
30
30
Fuel Tank
75
60
Fuel Shutoff Valve
40
40
Muffler
90
60
Muffler Gasket
90
60
Secondary Air Intake Valve
(with gasket)
(CARB Emission Equipment)
50
50
Frame
150
120
Handle Assembly
30
30
Leg Assembly
30
30
Wheel Assembly
30
30
Operation
FUEL & EXHAUST
MISC
NOTE: Repair times represent generally accepted intervals for conducting a repair. Service centers are
always advised to provide feedback during the warranty claim process if additional time may be
needed due to unforeseen circumstances.
5-2
MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE
! CAUTION
Before performing maintenance
on the generator, review Safety on
page 1-1 and the following safety
messages.
Avoid skin contact with engine oil or
gasoline. Prolonged skin contact with
engine oil or gasoline can be harmful.
Frequent and prolonged contact with
engine oil may cause skin cancer.
Take protective measures and wear
protective clothing and equipment.
Wash all exposed skin with soap and
water.
! WARNING
!
Avoid accidentally starting the
generator during maintenance by
removing the spark plug boot from
the spark plug. For electric start
generators, also disconnect the battery
wires from the battery (disconnect the
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the wires away from the battery posts
to avoid arcing.
Allow hot components to cool to
the touch prior to performing any
maintenance procedure.
Internal pressure can build in the
engine crankcase while the engine
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dipstick while the engine is hot can
cause extremely hot oil to spray out
of the crankcase and can severely
burn skin. Allow engine oil to cool for
several minutes before removing the
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Always perform maintenance in a wellventilated area. Gasoline fuel and fuel
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can ignite under certain conditions.
Table 6-1: Maintenance Schedule
Maintenance Schedule
! WARNING
Failure to perform periodic
maintenance or failure to follow
maintenance procedures can cause
the generator to malfunction and could
result in death or serious injury.
!
NOTICE
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Before Every
Use
After First 20
Hours or First
Month of Use
Engine Oil
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Air Filter
Spark Plug
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Fuel Sediment Bowl
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Ư
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Ư
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Fuel Line
Ư
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Idle Speed
Ư
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Maintenance Item
1
After 50 Hours After 100 Hours
of Use or Every of Use or Every
3 Months
6 Months
After 300
Hours of Use
or Every Year
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6-1
MAINTENANCE
Oxygenated Fuel Types
FUEL
! DANGER
Fuel and fuel vapors are extremely
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conditions.
• Only refuel the generator outdoors,
in a well-ventilated area.
• »Ì»ÈŰÂÂʾ»¼Ë»ÂÊ·ÄÁ;¿Â»Ê¾»
engine is running. Turn the generator
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the fuel tank.
• »Ì»ÈÉÃÅÁ»ÅÈ·ÂÂÅÍŲ·Ã»ÉÅÈ
sparks near generator or where
gasoline is stored.
• »Ì»ÈÅÌ»ÈŰ¼˻ÂÊ·ÄÁƔ¼Ê»È
refueling, tighten the fuel cap
securely.
• Be careful not to spill fuel when
refueling. Spilled fuel or fuel vapor
may ignite. If any fuel is spilled, the
area must be dry before starting the
engine.
• Avoid repeated or prolonged contact
with skin or breathing of vapor.
General Fuel Information
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Adding Gasoline to the Fuel Tank
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engine is running.
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ENGINE OIL
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NOTICE
Always maintain proper engine oil level. Failure to
maintain proper engine oil level could result in severe
damage to the engine and/or shorten the life of the
engine.
Always use the specified engine oil. Failure to use the
specified engine oil can cause accelerated wear
and/or shorten the life of the engine.
Engine oil level should be checked before every use.
1. Always operate or maintain the generator on a flat
surface.
2. Stop engine if running.
3. Let engine sit and cool for several minutes (allow
crankcase pressure to equalize).
4. With a damp rag, clean around the oil dipstick.
5. Remove oil dipstick (see Figure 6-3).
SAE 30
Conventional 10W-30
5W-30
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Figure 6-3 – Oil Dipstick
6-3
MAINTENANCE
5. Remove oil fill plug/dipstick (see Figure 6-5).
6. Check oil level:
When checking the engine oil, remove the oil
dipstick and wipe it clean. Insert the dipstick all the
way back in and then remove and check the oil level
on the dipstick.
x Acceptable Oil Level – Oil is visible between the
H and L lines on the oil dipstick (see Figure 6-4).
x Low Oil – Oil is below the L line on the oil dipstick.
1
2
Figure 6-5 – Oil Fill Plug/Dipstick
6. Check oil level:
Figure 6-4 – Checking Oil Level
1 - Low Oil Level
Line
2 - High Oil Level
Line
Checking Engine Oil – 8KPRO
NOTICE
Always maintain proper engine oil level. Failure to
maintain proper engine oil level could result in severe
damage to the engine and/or shorten the life of the
engine.
Always use the specified engine oil. Failure to use the
specified engine oil can cause accelerated wear
and/or shorten the life of the engine.
When checking the engine oil, remove the oil fill
plug/dipstick and wipe it clean. Thread the oil fill
plug/dipstick all the way back in and then remove
and check the oil level on the oil fill plug/dipstick.
x Acceptable Oil Level – Oil is visible on the crosshatches between the H and L lines on the oil fill
plug/dipstick (see Figure 6-6).
x Low Oil – Oil is below the L line on the oil fill plug/
dipstick.
L
1. Always operate or maintain the generator on a flat
surface.
H
Engine oil level should be checked before every use.
2. Stop engine if running.
3. Let engine sit and cool for several minutes (allow
crankcase pressure to equalize).
4. With a damp rag, clean around the oil fill plug/
dipstick.
6-4
Figure 6-6 – Checking Oil Level
MAINTENANCE
Adding Engine Oil – 10KPRO
Adding Engine Oil – 8KPRO
1. Always operate or maintain the generator on a flat
surface.
2. Stop engine if running.
3. Let engine sit and cool for several minutes (allow
crankcase pressure to equalize).
4. Thoroughly clean around the oil fill plug.
5. Remove oil fill plug (see Figure 6-7).
1. Always operate or maintain the generator on a flat
surface.
2. Stop engine if running.
3. Let engine sit and cool for several minutes (allow
crankcase pressure to equalize).
4. Thoroughly clean around the oil fill plug/dipstick.
5. Remove oil fill plug/dipstick and wipe clean.
6. Select the proper engine oil as specified in Figure
6-2.
7. Using the supplied funnel and tube, slowly add
engine oil to the engine. Stop frequently to check
the level to avoid overfilling (see Figure 6-9).
Figure 6-7 – Oil Fill Plug
6. Select the proper engine oil as specified in Figure
6-2.
7. Using the supplied funnel and tube, slowly add
engine oil to the engine. Stop frequently to check
the level to avoid overfilling (see Figure 6-8).
Figure 6-9 – Adding Engine Oil
8. Continue to add oil until the oil is at the correct
level. See Checking Engine Oil – 8KPRO on page
6-4.
Changing Engine Oil – 10KPRO
1. Stop the engine.
2. Let engine sit and cool for several minutes (allow
crankcase pressure to equalize).
3. Place oil pan (or suitable container) under the oil
drain plug and oil filter.
4. With a damp rag, thoroughly clean around the oil
drain plug and oil filter.
5. Turn the oil filter counterclockwise and remove the
filter (see Figure 6-10).
Figure 6-8 – Adding Engine Oil
8. Continue to add oil until the oil is at the correct
level. See Checking Engine Oil – 10KPRO on page
6-3.
6-5
MAINTENANCE
6. Remove the oil drain plug (see Figure 6-10). Once
removed, place the oil drain plug on a clean surface.
Changing Engine Oil – 8KPRO
1. Stop the engine.
2. Let engine sit and cool for several minutes (allow
crankcase pressure to equalize).
3. Place oil pan (or suitable container) under the oil
drain plug.
1
4. With a damp rag, thoroughly clean around the oil
drain plug.
2
5. Remove the oil drain plug (see Figure 6-11).
Once removed, place the oil drain plug on a clean
surface.
Figure 6-10 – Oil Drain Plug and Filter
1 - Oil Filter (Part No.
180389)
2 - Oil Drain Plug
7. Allow oil to completely drain.
8. Replace oil drain plug.
9. Apply a light film of clean engine oil to the rubber
gasket on the oil filter.
10. Install the oil filter by hand-turning clockwise until the
rubber gasket contacts the mounting surface. Turn
the filter an additional half turn. Do not overtighten.
11. Fill crankcase with oil following the steps outlined in
Adding Engine Oil – 10KPRO on page 6-5.
NOTICE
Never dispose of used engine oil by dumping the
oil into a sewer, on the ground, or into groundwater
or waterways. Always be environmentally
responsible. Follow the guidelines of the EPA or
other governmental agencies for proper disposal
of hazardous materials. Consult local authorities or
reclamation facility.
12. Dispose of used engine oil properly.
Figure 6-11 – Oil Drain Plug
6. Remove the oil fill plug so the oil can drain more
easily from the oil drain port.
7. Allow oil to completely drain.
8. Replace oil drain plug.
9. Fill crankcase with oil following the steps outlined in
Adding Engine Oil – 8KPRO on page 6-5.
NOTICE
Never dispose of used engine oil by dumping the
oil into a sewer, on the ground, or into groundwater
or waterways. Always be environmentally
responsible. Follow the guidelines of the EPA or
other governmental agencies for proper disposal
of hazardous materials. Consult local authorities or
reclamation facility.
10. Dispose of used engine oil properly.
6-6
MAINTENANCE
AIR FILTER MAINTENANCE
5. Remove the air cleaner element (see Figure 6-14).
! WARNING
Never use gasoline or other flammable
solvents to clean the air filter. Use only
household detergent soap to clean the
air filter.
Inspect and Replace the Air Filter –
10KPRO
The air filter must be inspected after every 50 hours
of use or 3 months (frequency should be increased if
generator is operated in a dusty environment).
1. Turn off the generator and let it cool for several
minutes if running.
2. Move the generator to a flat, level surface.
3. Remove the 4 mounting screws from the top of the
fuel tank (see Figure 6-12).
Figure 6-14 – Air Cleaner Element
(Part No. 160059)
6. Insert the air cleaner element for dirt, dust and
debris. Do not wash the element. If the air cleaner
element is dirty, replace the filter.
7. Install the air cleaner element and install the cover
and knob (see Figure 6-15).
Figure 6-12 – Fuel Tank Screws
NOTE: The fuel tank is removed for photo purposes.
The air cleaner can be serviced without
removing the fuel tank.
4. Lift up the fuel tank slightly and unscrew the air
cleaner cover knob and remove the cover (see
Figure 6-13).
Figure 6-15 – Air Cleaner Cover Installation
8. Install the 4 screws for the fuel tank.
Figure 6-13 – Air Cleaner Knob and Cover
6-7
MAINTENANCE
Cleaning the Air Filter – 8KPRO
The air filter must be cleaned after every 50 hours of
use or 3 months (frequency should be increased if
generator is operated in a dusty environment).
4. Remove the black coarse outside air filter (see
Figure 6-17).
1. Turn off the generator and let it cool for several
minutes if running.
2. Move the generator to a flat, level surface.
3. Unclip the clips on the top and bottom of the air
filter cover (see Figure 6-16) and remove the air
filter cover.
Figure 6-17 – Removing Coarse Outside Air Filter
5. Remove the gray fine inside air filter (see Figure
6-18).
Figure 6-16 – Removing Air Filter Cover
Figure 6-18 – Removing Fine Inside Air Filter
6-8
MAINTENANCE
6. Wash the foam air filter elements by submerging
the elements in a solution of household detergent
soap and warm water. Slowly squeeze the foam to
thoroughly clean.
11. Squeeze the filters to remove any excess oil (see
Figure 6-20).
NOTICE
NEVER twist or tear the foam air filter element
during cleaning or drying. Only apply slow but firm
squeezing action.
7. Rinse in clean water by submerging the air filter
elements in fresh water and applying a slow
squeezing action.
NOTICE
Never dispose of soap cleaning solution used to
clean the air filter by dumping the solution into
a sewer, on the ground, or into groundwater or
waterways. Always be environmentally responsible.
Follow the guidelines of the EPA or other
governmental agencies for proper disposal of
hazardous materials. Consult local authorities or
reclamation facility.
8. Dispose of used soap cleaning solution properly.
9. Dry the air filter elements by again applying a slow
firm squeezing action.
10. Once the air filters are dry, coat the air filters with
clean engine oil (see Figure 6-19).
Figure 6-20
12. Install the gray fine inside air filter into the air filter
housing first.
13. Install the black coarse outside air filter on top of
the fine filter.
14. Install the air filter cover by clipping the clips on the
top and bottom of the air filter assembly (see Figure
6-21).
Figure 6-19
Figure 6-21 – Installation of Air Filter Cover
6-9
MAINTENANCE
CLEANING THE FUEL
SEDIMENT BOWL
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SPARK PLUG MAINTENANCE
The spark plug must be checked and cleaned after
every 100 hours of use or 6 months and must be
replaced after 300 hours of use or every year.
1. Stop the generator and let it cool for several
minutes if running.
2. Move the generator to a flat, level surface.
3. Remove the spark plug boot by firmly pulling the
plastic spark plug boot handle directly away from
the engine (see Figure 6-24 and Figure 6-25).
NOTICE
Never apply any side load or move the spark plug
laterally when removing the spark plug. Applying a
side load or moving the spark plug laterally may crack
and damage the spark plug boot.
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6-10
MAINTENANCE
Figure 6-25 – Removal of Spark Plug Boot – 8KPRO
4. Clean area around the spark plug.
5. Using the 13/16" spark plug socket wrench
provided, remove the spark plug from the cylinder
head (see Figure 6-26 and Figure 6-27).
Figure 6-27 – Removing Spark Plug – 8KPRO
6. Place a clean rag over the opening created by the
removal of the spark plug to make sure no dirt can
get into the combustion chamber.
7. Inspect the spark plug for:
x Cracked or chipped insulator
x Excessive wear
x Spark plug gap (the acceptable limit of 0.024 –
0.032 in. [0.60 – 0.80 mm]) (see Figure 6-28).
If the spark plug fails any one of the conditions
listed above, replace the plug with a Champion
RN9YC plug or equivalent.
NOTICE
Only use the recommended spark plug (Champion
RN9YC or equivalent). Using a non-recommended
spark plug could result in damage to the engine.
Figure 6-26 – Removing Spark Plug – 10KPRO
Figure 6-28 – Spark Plug Gap Requirements
6-11
MAINTENANCE
8. Install the spark plug by carefully following the steps
outlined below:
1
a - Carefully insert the spark plug back into the
cylinder head. Hand-thread the spark plug until
it bottoms out.
b - Using the 13/16" spark plug socket wrench
provided, turn the spark plug to ensure it is fully
seated.
c - Replace the spark plug boot, making sure the
boot fully engages the spark plug’s tip.
2
Recommended Spark Plug Replacement:
AutoLite
63
Champion
RN9YC
Bosch
WR7DS
Torch
F6RTC
3
Figure 6-30 – Rocker Arm Cover – 8KPRO
CHECKING AND ADJUSTING
VALVE LASH
! CAUTION
!
Checking and adjusting valve lash
must be done when the engine is cold.
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6-12
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1
2
BATTERY SERVICE
To ensure the battery remains charged, the generator
should be started every 2 to 3 months and run for
a minimum of 15 minutes or the charger should be
plugged into the generator and the generator should be
charged overnight. Plug the cord from the charger into
the charging port on the generator. Plug the charger into
a 110/120-volt AC outlet (see Figure 6-32).
4
5
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Table 6-2: Standard Valve Lash
Intake
Exhaust
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6-13
MAINTENANCE
Battery Replacement
2
1. Remove the spark plug wire from spark plug.
2. Loosen and remove the nuts on the battery holddown plate and remove the plate from the support
rods (see Figure 6-33).
1
2
1
3
Figure 6-34
1 - Red Positive (+)
Battery Cable
2 - Black Negative (-)
Battery Cable
NOTICE
Figure 6-33
1 - Nuts
3 - Support Rods
2 - Battery HoldDown Plate
3. Tip the battery forward slightly to access battery
cables.
4. Disconnect the black negative (-) battery cable from
the battery first.
5. Disconnect the red positive (+) battery cable
second and remove the battery.
Dispose of the used battery properly according to
the guidelines established by your local or state
government.
6. Install the new battery into the generator frame.
7. Connect the red positive (+) battery cable to the
battery first.
8. Connect the black negative (-) battery cable to the
battery second.
9. Install the battery hold-down plate using the nuts
removed in step 2.
10. Install the spark plug wire onto spark plug.
The battery for 10KPRO is the same as a wheelchair
battery.
6-14
Type
Sealed lead-acid
Model
LA-12V20-NB
Volts
12
Amp
21
Dimensions (L x H x W)
7.13 x 3 x 6.63 in.
(18.1 x 7.6 x 16.8 cm)
MAINTENANCE
The battery for 8KPRO is the same as a motorcycle/
utility battery.
Type
14L-A2
Model
CYLA214SXTA
Volts
12
Amp
14
Dimensions (L x H x W)
5.9 x 4.33 x 3.43 in.
(15.0 x 11.0 x 8.7 cm)
3. Inspect the oil fins for dirt and debris. Clean the fins
using compressed air not to exceed 30 psi (207
kPa) (see Figure 6-36).
CLEANING THE ENGINE OIL
COOLER – 10KPRO
1. Remove the screws for the oil cooler (see Figure
6-35).
Figure 6-36 – Oil Cooler Fins
1
2
4. Install the oil cooler and guard using the screws.
3
1
Figure 6-35 – Engine Oil Cooler
1 - Oil Cooler
Screws
3 - Oil Cooler
2 - Oil Cooler Guard
2. Remove the oil cooler guard and the oil cooler.
6-15
MAINTENANCE
TESTING THE GROUND
FAULT SENSOR
CLEANING THE GENERATOR
1. Start the generator and allow it to warm up.
Clean All Engine Air Inlet and Outlet Ports – Make
sure all engine air inlet and outlet ports are clean of any
dirt and debris to ensure the engine does not run hot
(see Figure 6-38 and Figure 6-39).
It is important to inspect and clean the generator before
every use.
2. Press the test button on the ground fault sensor
(see Figure 6-37).
1
3
4
2
Figure 6-38 – Engine Air Inlet and Outlet Ports –
10KPRO
Figure 6-37 – Ground Fault Sensor Test
1 - Test Button
3 - Fault Light
2 - Reset Button
4 - Power Light
3. The light next to “fault” will light and the main
breaker will trip.
4. If the main breaker does not trip, the ground
fault sensor is not working correctly and must be
repaired before the generator can be operated.
5. Press the reset button and reset the main breaker.
The light next to “fault” will go out and the light next
to “power” should light. Power will be restored to all
outlets.
6-16
Figure 6-39 – Engine Air Inlet and Outlet Ports –
8KPRO
MAINTENANCE
Figure 6-40 – Engine Cooling Fins – 8KPRO
Figure 6-42 – Alternator Cooling Air Inlet and Outlet
Port – 10KPRO
Clean All Alternator Cooling Air Inlets and Exhaust
Ports – Make sure the cooling air inlets and exhaust
ports of the alternator are free of any debris and
obstructions. Use a vacuum cleaner to remove dirt and
debris stuck in the cooling air inlets and exhaust ports
(see Figure 6-41, Figure 6-42 and Figure 6-43).
Figure 6-43 – Alternator Cooling Air Inlet and Outlet
Port – 8KPRO
General Cleaning of the Generator – Use a damp rag
to clean all remaining surfaces.
Figure 6-41 – Alternator Cooling Air Inlet and Outlet
Port
6-17
MAINTENANCE
QUICK DRAIN
1
! WARNING
Gasoline and gasoline vapors are
extremely flammable and explosive
under certain conditions. Wipe up any
spills immediately.
The generator is equipped with a quick-drain feature.
This feature will prevent the harmful effects of phaseseparated ethanol fuels. During the winter, the alcohol
and water can separate from the gasoline in blended
fuels. Because the water and alcohol are heavier than
gasoline, these corrosive fluids will sink to the bottom of
the fuel tank.
2
NOTICE
Never dispose of hazardous materials irresponsibly
by dumping them into a sewer, on the ground, into
groundwater or into waterways.
1. Remove the drain hose cap from the end of the
drain hose.
2. Open the quick drain valve (see Figure 6-44) and
drain the fuel into a suitable container.
3
Figure 6-44 – Quick Drain Valve
1 - Quick Drain Valve
3 - Drain Hose Cap
2 - Drain Hose
3. Water and alcohol will appear clear or cloudy in the
fuel. Continue to drain until clean fuel is observed
coming out of the end of the drain hose.
4. Close the quick drain valve and install the drain
hose cap.
5. Dispose of the collected fuel properly.
6. The quick drain procedure can also be used to
transfer fuel from the generator to be used in other
gasoline engine products.
6-18
MAINTENANCE
STORAGE
! WARNING
Never store a generator with fuel in the
tank indoors or in a poorly ventilated
area where the fumes can come in
contact with an ignition source such
as a: 1) pilot light of a stove, water
heater, clothes dryer or any other gas
appliance; or 2) spark from an electric
appliance.
NOTICE
Gasoline stored for as little as 60 days can go bad,
causing gum, varnish and corrosive buildup in fuel
lines, fuel passages and the engine. This corrosive
buildup restricts the flow of fuel, preventing an engine
from starting after a prolonged storage period.
Proper care should be taken to prepare the generator
for any storage.
1. Clean the generator as outlined in Cleaning the
Generator on page 6-16.
2. Drain all gasoline from the fuel tank as best as
possible.
3. With the fuel shutoff valve open, start the engine
and allow the generator to run until all the
remaining gasoline in the fuel lines and carburetor
is consumed and the engine shuts off.
4. Close the fuel shutoff valve.
5. Change the oil (see Changing Engine Oil –
10KPRO on page 6-5 and Changing Engine Oil
– 8KPRO on page 6-6).
6. Remove the spark plug (see Spark Plug Maintenance
on page 6-10) and place about 1 tablespoon of oil
in the spark plug opening. While placing a clean rag
over the spark plug opening, slowly pull the recoil
handle to allow the engine to turn over several times.
This will distribute the oil and protect the cylinder wall
from corroding during storage.
7. Replace the spark plug (see Spark Plug
Maintenance on page 6-10).
8. Move the generator to a clean, dry place for
storage.
6-19
MAINTENANCE
This Page Intentionally Left Blank
6-20
TROUBLESHOOTING
! WARNING
ANYONE using or servicing this
generator must read, understand
and follow all safety and operation
instructions provided in the product
manual. Failure to closely follow
these instructions can result in
circumstances leading to death,
serious injury and property damage.
TROUBLESHOOTING
! DANGER
Using a generator indoors CAN 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.
NOTE: For all dealer service inquiries,
call (855) 944-3571 or
e-mail service@westpro.com.
7-1
TROUBLESHOOTING
ELECTRICAL DIAGNOSTICS
General Electrical Check
Check and Reset All Tripped Breakers
240V Circuit Check
(No Output OR
Voltage Out of Spec)
120V Circuit Check
(No Output OR
Voltage Out of Spec)
Conduct This Check Only When
Directed by General Electrical Check
Conduct This Check Only When
Directed by General Electrical Check
Remove Alternator End Cover
Remove Main Control Panel from
Control Panel Assembly
Resolve Overload Problem to Ensure Safe Operation
After Electrical Load Resolved Push to Reset Breaker
If Cannot Reset, Replace Breaker
Check Wires and Connections
from AVR to Brush Assembly
for Proper Orientation
of Wire Connections
Test Ground Fault Sensor
Reset Ground Fault Sensor
If Ground Fault Sensor Continues to Trip, a Fault
is Present in the Appliance Being Powered.
Replace the Appliance with One that does not
have a Ground Fault Problem.
Start Engine and Run at No Load
Check Engine Frequency = 61.5 to 63 Hz
If a Connection is Loose or
Disconnected, Reestablish
a Tight Connection
If a Wire or Connection is Damaged,
Replace AVR
Check Wires and Connections
for the Exciter & AVR Tap
from AVR to Alternator
If Frequency Still Out of Range,
Speed Control May Be Defective
On AVR Side of Connection:
If a Connection is Loose or
Disconnected, Reestablish a
Tight Connection
Check Voltage Output at
NEMA L14-30R 240V Receptacle
If a Wire or Connector is Damaged,
Replace AVR
246252V
G
On Alternator Side of Connection:
If a Connection is Loose or
Disconnected, Reestablish a
Tight Connection
B
R
123126V
123126V
W
CS6369 240V Receptacle
123126V
R
W
246252V
If a Wire or Connector
is Damaged,
Replace Alternator
Check for Continuity from
the 240V Receptacle
for Each Connection (X, Y, W, G) to
Corresponding Alternator Terminal
If Continuity Not Present
in Any Circuit,
Check Wires and Connections
from Receptacle to Alternator
B
123126V
If Voltage Out of Range, Perform “240V Circuit Check”
Check Voltage Output at NEMA 5-20R 120V
Duplex Outlet #1
W
123126V
B
G
If Voltage Out of Range, Perform “120V Circuit Check”
Check Voltage Output at NEMA 5-20R 120V
Duplex Outlet #2
W
123126V
If a Connection is Loose or
Disconnected, Reestablish a Tight
Connection and Recheck Continuity
If a Wire or Connection is Damaged,
Replace Electrical Panel
Check for Continuity in
Each Leg of Master Breaker
from the Line Terminal
to the Load Terminal
If No Continuity,
Replace Master Circuit Breaker
B
G
If Voltage Out of Range, Perform “120V Circuit Check”
Check for Continuity in Each Circuit
of the 240V Receptacle
from the Female Socket on the Front
to the Terminal on the Back
If No Continuity,
Replace Duplex Receptacle
If Continuity Present,
Replace Electrical Panel
Perform “Alternator Check”
Start Engine and Run at No Load
Check Output Voltage (X to Y) of the
240V Receptacle = 246-252V
If Voltage Still Out of Range
Replace Voltage Regulator
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7-2
Check Continuity from the
120V Duplex Receptacle
for Each Connection (X or Y, W, G)
to the 240V Receptacle
If Continuity Not Present
in Any Circuit,
Check Wires and Connections from
120V Duplex to 240V Receptacle
If a Connection is Loose or
Disconnected, Reestablish a
Tight Connection and Recheck
Continuity
If a Wire or Connection
is Damaged,
Replace Electrical Panel
Check for Continuity in
Duplex Breaker
from the Line Terminal
to the Load Terminal
If No Continuity,
Replace Duplex Circuit Breaker
Check for Continuity in
Each Circuit of the
120V Duplex Receptacle from
the Female Socket on the Front
to the Terminal on the Back
If No Continuity,
Replace Duplex Receptacle
If Continuity Present,
Replace Electrical Panel
TROUBLESHOOTING
Resistance Range Specification (Ω)
Winding
Measure Resistance
Between Wires
8KPRO
Series
10KPRO
Series
0.15 - 0.25
0.25 - 0.35
Stator-X
Red (4)
White (3)
Stator-Y
Black (1)
White (2)
AVR Tap
Brown
White
Exciter
Blue
Blue
1.3 - 1.8
1.3 - 1.8
Fuel Cutout
Green
Blue
White
0.1 - 0.7
0.1 - 0.7
40 - 70
20 - 40
Rotor
At Slip Rings
Up to 30% of Stator-X
* If Using an Ohmmeter with Kelvin Bridge Clips, Measure Resistance at the Slip Ring Wire Terminals for Best Results
If a Winding Resistance is Out of Spec, Replace Alternator
Continuity Specification
8KPRO
Series
10KPRO
Series
Stator-X Red (4)
Stator-Y White (2)
No Continuity
No Continuity
Stator-X Red (4)
AVR Tap Brown
No Continuity
Continuity
Stator-Y Black (2)
AVR Tap Brown
Continuity
No Continuity
Stator-X Red (4)
Either Exciter Blue
No Continuity
No Continuity
Stator-Y Black (2)
Either Exciter Blue
No Continuity
No Continuity
Stator-X Red (4)
Either Fuel Cutout Green or Blue/White
No Continuity
No Continuity
Stator-Y Black (2)
Either Fuel Cutout Green or Blue/White
No Continuity
No Continuity
Either Exciter Blue
Either Fuel Cutout Green or Blue/White
No Continuity
No Continuity
Replace Alternator
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7-3
TROUBLESHOOTING
EXCITER & AVR TAP
CONNECTOR*
BRUSH ASSEMBLY
Green
5.9 mm
Red
Blue
EXCITER
WINDING
AVR TAP
WINDING
White
Blue
*view looking into
female connector
White
ROTOR
VOLTAGE
REGULATOR
SLIP
RINGS
Black (1)
White (2)
White (3)
Red (4)
STATOR-X
WINDING
STATOR-Y
WINDING
1
2
3
4
TERMINAL
BLOCK
Figure 7-3 – 10KPRO Alternator
7-4
SLIP RING
TERMINALS
TROUBLESHOOTING
EXCITER & AVR TAP
CONNECTOR*
STATOR-X
WINDING
BRUSH ASSEMBLY
Blue
White
Green
EXCITER
WINDING
AVR TAP
WINDING
Blue
Red
5-9 mm
White
*view looking into
female connector
from alternator
TERMINAL
BLOCK
White
Gray
STATOR-Y
WINDING
Red
Black
White (2 wires)
Gray (2 wires)
Red (2 wires)
Black (2 wires)
ROTOR
VOLTAGE REGULATOR
SLIP
RINGS
FUEL CUTOUT WINDING
CONNECTOR*
SLIP RING
TERMINALS
Green
Green
*view looking into
female connector
from alternator
Figure 7-4 – 8KPRO Alternator
7-5
TROUBLESHOOTING
ENGINE DIAGNOSTICS
Engine Fails to Start
Engine Fails to Crank
Using Electric Starter
Engine Starts
Then Shuts Down
Engine Runs Rough
Check Oil Level
Check Recoil for
Mechanical Binding
Check Fuel Level
Check Fuel Level
Check Fuel Quality
Check Fuel Quality
Check Fuel Filter
Check Fuel Filter
Check Oil Level
Check Air Cleaner
Check Ignition for Spark
Check Ignition for Spark
Check Spark Plug & Gap
Check Spark Plug & Gap
Adjust Coil Air Gap
Check Fuel Line & Blockage
Check Fuel Line & Blockage
Check Carburetor
Check Carburetor
Check Spark Arrestor
Check Spark Arrestor
Check Muffler Blockage
Check Muffler Blockage
Check Valve Adjustment
Check Fuel Level
Check Fuel Shut-off Valve Open
Check Battery Voltage
Higher than 12.5 Volts =
Check Voltage Across Components
Less than 12.5 Volts =
Charge or Replace Battery
Check Voltage Across Components
Check Fuel Filter for Debris or
Low Fuel
Check Battery Connections
Check Spark Plug
Check Leads on Proper Post
Check Leads are Clean & Tight
Dry Spark Plug =
Check Carburetor
Fuel Cutout Solenoid
Wet Spark Plug =
Check Ignition System
Check Voltage Across Components
are Within .5V of Battery Voltage
Replace Out of Spec Components
Check Spark Plug Gap
Plug Condition Good =
Re-Gap Spark Plug
Plug Condition Dirty or Worn =
Replace Spark Plug
Check Engine Control Switch
Voltage
Drop in Start Position
Check Battery Post / Solenoid
Voltage Drop
Check Battery Post / Starter Lugs
Voltage Drop
NOTE: Generator has Charging
Coil During Operation; Replace
Coil if Repeated Battery Discharge
Check Ignition for Spark
Bright Blue Spark =
Reinstall Plug
Weak Dull Spark =
Pull Coil & Check Resistance
Primary Coil = 0.8-1.0 Ohms
Secondary Coil = 5.9-7.1 Ohms
(measure at spark plug lead)
Replace Coil, if Necessary
Reinstall Coil with Proper
Coil / Flywheel Air Gap
Set gap to .008-.016 in.
(.2-.4mm)
Reinstall Plug
Drain Oil and
Check Low Oil Switch
Connection and Continuity
(Yellow Wire on Side of Engine)
Check Flywheel Woodruff Key
Repair or Replace Key
Perform Engine Compression Test
Engine Speed Unstable
Check Spark Plug & Gap
Perform Engine Compression Test
Engine Smokes
Check Ignition for Spark
Adjust Coil Air Gap
Start Engine
Warm to Operating Temperature
Observe Smoke Color
Check Spark Arrestor
White Smoke =
Poor Fuel Quality
Check Muffler Blockage
Black Smoke =
Check Choke Operation
Check Ignition System
Blue Smoke =
Check Oil in Fuel
Check Oil Overfilled
Check Worn Piston Rings
Check Governor
Frequency = 60 Hz + 3
Check Governor Assembly
Adjustment
Perform Engine Compression Test
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7-6
Recoil Not Operating
8KPRO
Recoil Locked =
Replace Recoil Assembly
(see Manual Section
“Recoil Starter”)
Check Recoil for
Mechanical Binding
Rope Not Retracting =
Replace Recoil Assembly
(see Manual Section
“Recoil Starter”)
SERVICE AND DISASSEMBLY
CONTROL PANEL – 10KPRO
1
2
3
4
6
5
7
8
9
16
15 14
12
13
1
3
4
5
6
7
11
8
10
9
2
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
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1-
Engine Control Switch
9-
Ground Fault Sensor
2-
Low Idle Control
10 - Ground Terminal
3-
20-Amp Circuit Breakers
11 - Main Circuit Breaker
4-
120-Volt, 30-Amp Twist-Lock Outlet
12 - 120/240-Volt, 30-Amp Twist-Lock Outlet
5-
120-Volt, 30-Amp Circuit Breakers
13 - 120-Volt, 20-Amp Duplex Outlets
6-
120/240-Volt, 50-Amp Twist-Lock Outlet
14 - Remote Start Program Button
7-
120/240-Volt, 30-Amp Circuit Breakers
15 - Remote Start Indicator Light
8-
Data Center
16 - Battery Charger Port
8-1
SERVICE AND DISASSEMBLY
CONTROL PANEL – 8KPRO
1
2
3
4
5
13
1
9
10
12 11
2
3
8
7
6
4
5
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
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8-2
1-
Engine Control Switch
8-
120/240-Volt, 30-Amp Twist-Lock Outlet
2-
Low Idle Control
9-
120-Volt, 30-Amp Twist-Lock Outlet
3-
20-Amp Circuit Breakers
10 - 120-Volt, 20-Amp Duplex Outlets
4-
Data Center
11 - Remote Start Program Button
5-
Ground Fault Sensor
12 - Remote Start Indicator Light
6-
Ground Terminal
13 - Battery Charger Port
7-
Main Circuit Breaker
SERVICE AND DISASSEMBLY
ALTERNATOR – 10KPRO
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
10
6
11
12
14
15
13
10
View A
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1 - Front Engine Adapter
9-
Bolts
2 - Bolts
10 - Terminal Block
3 - Stator and Rotor Assembly
11 - Exciter Winding Connector
4 - Rotor Bolt
12 - Ground
5 - Rear Bearing Carrier
13 - Regulator Box
6 - Voltage Regulator
14 - Voltage Regulator
7 - Bolts
15 - Cover
8 - End Cover
8-3
SERVICE AND DISASSEMBLY
ALTERNATOR – 8KPRO
2
1
3
7
4
5
6
A
9
8
15
14
13
12
11
10
16
17
6
18
19
20
5
View A
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8-4
SERVICE AND DISASSEMBLY
1-
Bolts
10 - Front Engine Adapter
2-
End Cover
11 - Bolt
3-
Bolt
12 - Stator Assembly
4-
Bolt
13 - Bolt
5-
Voltage Regulator
14 - Rotor Assembly
6-
Brush Assembly: Before removing rotor and
stator, remove the brush assembly. When installing
the brush assembly, tighten to 18 in-lb (2 N·m).
15 - Rotor Bolt
16 - Exciter Winding Connector
17 - Ground Cable
7-
Negative (-) Battery Cable
(Electric Start Models)
8-
Bracket
19 - Slip Rings
9-
Rear Bearing Carrier
20 - Fuel Cutout Connector
18 - Terminal Block
8-5
SERVICE AND DISASSEMBLY
NOTICE
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8-6
SERVICE AND DISASSEMBLY
ENGINE AND ALTERNATOR – 10KPRO
1
2
3
4
OIL
5
6
8
7
11
10
9
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1-
Engine Assembly
7-
Lock Washer
2-
Front Engine Adapter
8-
Flat Washer
3-
Bolts
9-
Frame Assembly
4-
Stator Assembly
10 - Shock Mounts
5-
Rotor Assembly
11 - Mounting Cradle
6-
Rotor Bolt: ÆÆÂÏÅ¿ÂÊÅʾȻ·ºÉ¸»¼ÅÈ»¿ÄÉʷ¿ĽƔ
8-7
SERVICE AND DISASSEMBLY
ENGINE AND ALTERNATOR – 8KPRO
1
2
3
OIL
4
5
7
6
9
8
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8-8
1-
Engine Assembly
6-
Lock Washer
2-
Front Engine Adapter
7-
Flat Washer
3-
Stator Assembly
8-
Frame Assembly
4-
Rotor Assembly
9-
Shock Mounts
5-
Rotor Bolt: ÆÆÂÏÅ¿ÂÊÅʾȻ·ºÉ¸»¼ÅÈ»¿ÄÉʷ¿ĽƔ
SERVICE AND DISASSEMBLY
FUEL TANK SYSTEM – 10KPRO
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• Only refuel the generator outdoors, in a well-ventilated area.
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materials during operation.
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• »Ì»ÈÅÌ»ÈŰÂÂʾ»¼Ë»ÂÊ·ÄÁƺʾ»È»É¾Å˺¸»Äż˻¿Äʾ»Ű»ÈÄ»¹ÁƻƔ¼Ê»ÈÈ»¼Ë»Â¿Ä½ƑÊ¿½¾Ê»Ä
the fuel cap securely.
• Be careful not to spill fuel when refueling. Spilled fuel or fuel vapor may ignite. If any fuel is
spilled, the area must be dry before starting the engine.
• Avoid repeated or prolonged contact with skin or breathing of vapor.
3
4
2
1
5
6
1-
Fuel Tank Mounting Hardware:
¿½¾Ê»ÄÊÅʿˀ¿ÄƔƖ¸ƺʸʷÃƻƔ
2-
Fuel Strainer: ¾»¹Áʾ·Êʾ»¼Ë»Â
ÉÊÈ·¿Ä»È¿É¹Â»·Ä·ÄºËĺ·Ã·½»ºƔ
3-
Fuel Cap: ¾»¹Áʾ»¹·Æ½·ÉÁ»Ê·Äº
ȻƷ¹»¿Ê¿¼¿Ê¿É¹È·¹Á»ºƔÄÉËȻʾ»
¹¾·¿Ä¿É·ÊÊ·¹¾»ºƔ
4-
Fuel Gauge: ¾»Ä¿ÄÉʷ¿ĽƑ¹¾»¹Á
ŲŷʼÅÈÆÈÅÆ»ÈÅƻȷʿÅÄƔ
5-
Fuel Line: ¾»¹Á¼Åȹȷ¹ÁÉÅÈ
º·Ã·½»Ɣ»¹ËȻʾ»Â¿Ä»Í¿Ê¾¹Â·ÃÆÉƔ
6-
˻¾ËÊÅŮ·ÂÌ»·Äº»º¿Ã»ÄÊ
Bowl: »·Äʾ»Æ·ÉÉ·½»É¿¼Ê¾»Ï·È»
¹ÂŽ½»ºƔ¾»Ä¿ÄÉʷ¿ĽƑÊ¿½¾Ê»Äʾ»
ŰÊʿĽ¿Äʾ»¼Ë»ÂÊ·ÄÁÊÅʸʾ¼ÊƖ¸ƺʹʺ
ÃƻƔ¾»Ä¹Â»·Ä¿Ä½Ê¾»¼Ë»ÂÉ»º¿Ã»ÄÊ
¸ÅÍÂƑÉ»»Â»·Ä¿Ä½Ê¾»Ë»Â»º¿Ã»ÄÊ
ÅÍÂÅÄÆ·½»ˁƖʼʻƔ
7-
Air Cleaner Housing
8-
Vapor Line to Tank: ¾»¹Á¼Åȹȷ¹ÁÉ
ÅȺ·Ã·½»Ɣ·Á»ÉËȻʾ»Â¿Ä»¿É
É»¹ËÈ»ºƔ
9-
Carbon Canister
7
10
8
9
10 - Vapor Line to Air Cleaner Housing:
¾»¹Á¼Åȹȷ¹ÁÉÅȺ·Ã·½»Ɣ·Á»
ÉËȻʾ»Â¿Ä»¿ÉÉ»¹ËÈ»ºƔ
¿½ËÈ»˃Ɩˁ
8-9
SERVICE AND DISASSEMBLY
FUEL TANK SYSTEM – 8KPRO
! WARNING
˻·ĺ¿ÊÉÌ·ÆÅÈÉ·È»»ÎÊȻûÂÏŲ·Ã÷¸Â»·Äº»ÎÆÂÅÉ¿Ì»Ëĺ»È¹»ÈÊ·¿Ä¹Åĺ¿Ê¿ÅÄÉƔ
• Only refuel the generator outdoors, in a well-ventilated area.
• Never enclose the generator in any structure.
• Keep generator at least 6 feet (2 m) away from buildings, other equipment and combustible
materials during operation.
• »Ì»ÈŰÂÂʾ»¼Ë»ÂÊ·ÄÁ;¿Â»Ê¾»»Ä½¿Ä»¿ÉÈËÄĿĽƔËÈÄÅŮʾ»½»Ä»È·ÊÅȷĺ·ÂÂÅÍ¿ÊÊŹÅÅÂ
¸»¼ÅÈ»Ű¿ĽͿʾ¼Ë»ÂƔ
• »Ì»ÈÉÃÅÁ»ÅÈ·ÂÂÅÍŲ·Ã»ÉÅÈÉÆ·ÈÁÉÄ»·Èʾ»½»Ä»È·ÊÅÈÅÈ;»È»½·ÉÅ¿Ļ¿ÉÉÊÅÈ»ºƔ
• »Ì»ÈÅÌ»ÈŰÂÂʾ»¼Ë»ÂÊ·ÄÁƺʾ»È»É¾Å˺¸»Äż˻¿Äʾ»Ű»ÈÄ»¹ÁƻƔ¼Ê»ÈÈ»¼Ë»Â¿Ä½ƑÊ¿½¾Ê»Ä
the fuel cap securely.
• Be careful not to spill fuel when refueling. Spilled fuel or fuel vapor may ignite. If any fuel is
spilled, the area must be dry before starting the engine.
• Avoid repeated or prolonged contact with skin or breathing of vapor.
3
4
2
1
1-
Fuel Tank Mounting Hardware:
¿½¾Ê»ÄÊÅʿˀ¿ÄƔƖ¸ƺʸʷÃƻƔ
2-
Fuel Strainer: ¾»¹Áʾ·Êʾ»¼Ë»Â
ÉÊÈ·¿Ä»È¿É¹Â»·Ä·ÄºËĺ·Ã·½»ºƔ
3-
Fuel Cap: ¾»¹Áʾ»¹·Æ½·ÉÁ»Ê·Äº
ȻƷ¹»¿Ê¿¼¿Ê¿É¹È·¹Á»ºƔÄÉËȻʾ»
¹¾·¿Ä¿É·ÊÊ·¹¾»ºƔ
4-
Fuel Gauge: ¾»Ä¿ÄÉʷ¿ĽƑ¹¾»¹Á
ŲŷʼÅÈÆÈÅÆ»ÈÅƻȷʿÅÄƔ
5-
Fuel Line: ¾»¹Á¼Åȹȷ¹ÁÉÅÈ
º·Ã·½»Ɣ»¹ËȻʾ»Â¿Ä»Í¿Ê¾¹Â·ÃÆÉƔ
6-
˻¾ËÊÅŮ·ÂÌ»·Äº»º¿Ã»ÄÊ
Bowl: »·Äʾ»Æ·ÉÉ·½»É¿¼Ê¾»Ï·È»
¹ÂŽ½»ºƔ¾»Ä¿ÄÉʷ¿ĽƑÊ¿½¾Ê»Äʾ»
ŰÊʿĽ¿Äʾ»¼Ë»ÂÊ·ÄÁÊÅʸʾ¼ÊƖ¸ƺʹʺ
ÃƻƔ¾»Ä¹Â»·Ä¿Ä½Ê¾»¼Ë»ÂÉ»º¿Ã»ÄÊ
¸ÅÍÂƑÉ»»Â»·Ä¿Ä½Ê¾»Ë»Â»º¿Ã»ÄÊ
ÅÍÂÅÄÆ·½»ˁƖʼʻƔ
7-
Vapor Line to Tank: ¾»¹Á¼Åȹȷ¹ÁÉ
ÅȺ·Ã·½»Ɣ·Á»ÉËȻʾ»Â¿Ä»¿É
É»¹ËÈ»ºƔ
8-
Air Cleaner Housing
7
9-
Vapor Line to Air Cleaner Housing:
¾»¹Á¼Åȹȷ¹ÁÉÅȺ·Ã·½»Ɣ·Á»
ÉËȻʾ»Â¿Ä»¿ÉÉ»¹ËÈ»ºƔ
9
10 - Carbon Canister
5
6
10
8
¿½ËÈ»˃Ɩ˂
8-10
SERVICE AND DISASSEMBLY
EXHAUST CONTROL SYSTEM – 10KPRO
! WARNING
¾»ÃËű»È¸»¹ÅûÉÌ»ÈϾÅʺËȿĽÅƻȷʿÅķĺȻ÷¿ÄɾÅʼÅÈÉÅûʿû·¼Ê»ÈÉÊÅÆƿĽ
the engine.
• Never touch hot surfaces and avoid hot gases.
• Let engine cool before storing the generator indoors.
2
3
1
4
5
¿½ËÈ»˃Ɩ˃
1 - Exhaust Pipe Gasket:»Æ·¹»¿Ê¿¼¿Ê¿É¹È·¹Á»º
ÅȺ·Ã·½»ºÊÅÆȻ̻Äʻξ·ËÉÊ»·ÁÉƔ
3 - Rear Heat Shield
2 - Front Heat Shield
5 - Mounting Bracket
4 - Ëű»È
8-11
SERVICE AND DISASSEMBLY
EXHAUST CONTROL SYSTEM – 8KPRO
! WARNING
¾»ÃËű»È¸»¹ÅûÉÌ»ÈϾÅʺËȿĽÅƻȷʿÅķĺȻ÷¿ÄɾÅʼÅÈÉÅûʿû·¼Ê»ÈÉÊÅÆƿĽ
the engine.
• Never touch hot surfaces and avoid hot gases.
• Let engine cool before storing the generator indoors.
4
1
2
5
3
¿½ËÈ»˃Ɩ˄
1 - Exhaust Pipe Bolts
4 - Ëű»È
2 - Lock Washers
5 - Mounting Bracket Bolts
3 - Exhaust Pipe Gasket: »Æ·¹»¿Ê¿¼¿Ê¿É¹È·¹Á»º
ÅȺ·Ã·½»ºÊÅÆȻ̻Äʻξ·ËÉÊ»·ÁÉƔ
8-12
SERVICE AND DISASSEMBLY
CARBURETOR – 10KPRO
! WARNING
˻·ĺ¿ÊÉÌ·ÆÅÈÉ·È»»ÎÊȻûÂÏŲ·Ã÷¸Â»·Äº»ÎÆÂÅÉ¿Ì»Ëĺ»È¹»ÈÊ·¿Ä¹Åĺ¿Ê¿ÅÄÉƔ
• Only refuel the generator outdoors, in a well-ventilated area.
• Never enclose the generator in any structure.
• Keep generator at least 6 feet (2 m) away from buildings, other equipment and combustible
materials during operation.
• »Ì»ÈŰÂÂʾ»¼Ë»ÂÊ·ÄÁ;¿Â»Ê¾»»Ä½¿Ä»¿ÉÈËÄĿĽƔËÈÄʾ»½»Ä»È·ÊÅÈÅŮ·Äº·ÂÂÅÍ¿ÊÊŹÅÅÂ
¸»¼ÅÈ»Ű¿ĽͿʾ¼Ë»ÂƔ
• »Ì»ÈÉÃÅÁ»ÅÈ·ÂÂÅÍŲ·Ã»ÉÅÈÉÆ·ÈÁÉÄ»·Èʾ»½»Ä»È·ÊÅÈÅÈ;»È»½·ÉÅ¿Ļ¿ÉÉÊÅÈ»ºƔ
• »Ì»ÈÅÌ»ÈŰÂÂʾ»¼Ë»ÂÊ·ÄÁƺʾ»È»É¾Å˺¸»Äż˻¿Äʾ»Ű»ÈÄ»¹ÁƻƔ¼Ê»ÈÈ»¼Ë»Â¿Ä½ƑÊ¿½¾Ê»Ä
the fuel cap securely.
• Be careful not to spill fuel when refueling. Spilled fuel or fuel vapor may ignite. If any fuel is
spilled, the area must be dry before starting the engine.
• Avoid repeated or prolonged contact with skin or breathing of vapor.
2
3
4
5
1
6
7
8
7
9
¿½ËÈ»˃Ɩʼʻ
1 - Intake Gasket
6 - Lock Washer
2 - Stepper Motor – Throttle
7 - Carburetor Gasket
3 - Stepper Motor – Choke
8 - Insulator
4 - Screw
9 - Fuel Cutout Solenoid: ¾»¹Á¼ÅÈʸʹƭʸʻ
ÌÅÂÊ·½»¸»ÊÍ»»Äʾ»ÊÍÅÍ¿È»ÉƔ¼Ê¾»È»¿ÉÄÅ
ÌÅÂÊ·½»ƑȻƷ¹»Ê¾»ÉÅ»ÄÅ¿ºƔ
5 - Washer
8-13
SERVICE AND DISASSEMBLY
CARBURETOR – 8KPRO
! WARNING
˻·ĺ¿ÊÉÌ·ÆÅÈÉ·È»»ÎÊȻûÂÏŲ·Ã÷¸Â»·Äº»ÎÆÂÅÉ¿Ì»Ëĺ»È¹»ÈÊ·¿Ä¹Åĺ¿Ê¿ÅÄÉƔ
• Only refuel the generator outdoors, in a well-ventilated area.
• Never enclose the generator in any structure.
• Keep generator at least 6 feet (2 m) away from buildings, other equipment and combustible
materials during operation.
• »Ì»ÈŰÂÂʾ»¼Ë»ÂÊ·ÄÁ;¿Â»Ê¾»»Ä½¿Ä»¿ÉÈËÄĿĽƔËÈÄʾ»½»Ä»È·ÊÅÈÅŮ·Äº·ÂÂÅÍ¿ÊÊŹÅÅÂ
¸»¼ÅÈ»Ű¿ĽͿʾ¼Ë»ÂƔ
• »Ì»ÈÉÃÅÁ»ÅÈ·ÂÂÅÍŲ·Ã»ÉÅÈÉÆ·ÈÁÉÄ»·Èʾ»½»Ä»È·ÊÅÈÅÈ;»È»½·ÉÅ¿Ļ¿ÉÉÊÅÈ»ºƔ
• »Ì»ÈÅÌ»ÈŰÂÂʾ»¼Ë»ÂÊ·ÄÁƺʾ»È»É¾Å˺¸»Äż˻¿Äʾ»Ű»ÈÄ»¹ÁƻƔ¼Ê»ÈÈ»¼Ë»Â¿Ä½ƑÊ¿½¾Ê»Ä
the fuel cap securely.
• Be careful not to spill fuel when refueling. Spilled fuel or fuel vapor may ignite. If any fuel is
spilled, the area must be dry before starting the engine.
• Avoid repeated or prolonged contact with skin or breathing of vapor.
5
4
1
2
6
3
7
8
9
¿½ËÈ»˃Ɩʼʼ
1 - Intake Gasket
6 - Stepper Motor – Choke
2 - Insulator
7 - Base
3 - Carburetor Gasket
8 - Gasket
4 - Stepper Motor – Throttle
9 - Fuel Cutout Solenoid: ¾»¹Á¼ÅÈʸʹƭʸʻ
ÌÅÂÊ·½»¸»ÊÍ»»Äʾ»ÊÍÅÍ¿È»ÉƔ¼Ê¾»È»¿ÉÄÅ
ÌÅÂÊ·½»ƑȻƷ¹»Ê¾»ÉÅ»ÄÅ¿ºƔ
5 - Cover
8-14
SERVICE AND DISASSEMBLY
ELECTRIC STARTING SYSTEM – 10KPRO
1
3
2
6
4
5
¿½ËÈ»˃Ɩʼʽ
1 - Electric Starter:Å̻ʾ»»Ä½¿Ä»¹ÅÄÊÈÅÂÉͿʹ¾
ÊÅʾ»STARTÆÅÉ¿Ê¿ÅÄÊÅÅƻȷʻÉÊ·ÈÊ»ÈƔ
4 - Battery
2 - Spacers
6 - Black Negative (-) Battery Cable
3 - Starter Mounting Bolts
5 - Red Positive (+) Battery Cable
8-15
SERVICE AND DISASSEMBLY
ELECTRIC STARTING SYSTEM – 8KPRO
1
2
3
6
5
4
¿½ËÈ»˃Ɩʼʾ
1 - Starter Mounting Bolts
4 - Battery
2 - Starter Solenoid: ¿½¾Ê»ÄÉÅ»ÄÅ¿ºÊ»ÈÿķÂÄËÊ
ÊÅʼʺ¿ÄƖ¸ƺʽƸÃƻƔ
5 - Red Positive (+) Battery Cable
3 - Electric Starter: Å̻ʾ»»Ä½¿Ä»¹ÅÄÊÈÅÂÉͿʹ¾
ÊÅʾ»STARTÆÅÉ¿Ê¿ÅÄÊÅÅƻȷʻÉÊ·ÈÊ»ÈƔ
8-16
6 - Black Negative (-) Battery Cable
SERVICE AND DISASSEMBLY
FAN COVER – 10KPRO
1
2
6
5
4
3
¿½ËÈ»˃Ɩʼʿ
1 - Flywheel
2 - Blower Housing
3 - Flywheel Nut:źʾ»ŲÏ;»»Â¼ÈÅÃÊËÈĿĽ
·ÄºÊ¿½¾Ê»Äʾ»ÄËÊÊÅʾʾ¼ÊƖ¸ƺʸʷʼƸÃƻƔ
4 - Belleville Washer: ÄÉÊ·ÂÂʾ»Í·É¾»ÈͿʾ¹ËÆ
É¿º»ÅËʼ·¹¿Ä½Ê¾»ŲÏ;»»ÂÄËÊƔ
5 - Fan Alignment Plate: ÄÉÊ·ÂÂʾ»Æ·ʻÉÅ¿Ê¿É
È»¹»ÉÉ»º¿ÄÉ¿º»Ê¾»¼·ÄƔ
6 - Cooling Fan:ÄÉʷ¸Ϸ¿½Ä¿Ä½Ê¾»¾Å»ÉÅÄʾ»
·Â¿½ÄûÄÊÆ·ʻͿʾʾ»¾Å»ÉÅÄʾ»ŲÏ;»»ÂƔ
ÄÉÆ»¹Êʾ»¼·Ä¸Â·º»É¼ÅÈÍ»·ÈÅȺ·Ã·½»Ɣ
»Æ·¹»Ê¾»¼·Ä¿¼·ÄÏŰÄÉ·È»º·Ã·½»ºƔ
8-17
SERVICE AND DISASSEMBLY
FAN COVER – 8KPRO
1
2
4
3
5
¿½ËÈ»˃Ɩʼˀ
1 - Cooling Fan: Install by aligning the holes on
the fan with the holes on the flywheel. Inspect
the fan blades for wear or damage. Replace the
fan if any fins are damaged.
2 - Starter Cup: When installing, align the hole in
the starter cup with the lug on the cooling fan.
8-18
3 - Flywheel Nut: Hold the flywheel from turning
and tighten the nut to 77 ft-lb (105 N·m).
4 - Blower Housing
5 - Recoil Starter
SERVICE AND DISASSEMBLY
WHEEL, LEG AND HANDLE ASSEMBLY – 10KPRO
3
2
4
5
1
6
10
7
8
9
¿½ËÈ»˃Ɩʼˁ
1-
Frame
6-
Handle
2-
Shock Mount
7-
Foot
3-
Mounting Cradle
8-
Foot Pad
4-
Wheel
9-
Battery
5-
Axle Bolt
10 - Anchor Bracket
8-19
SERVICE AND DISASSEMBLY
WHEEL, LEG AND HANDLE ASSEMBLY – 8KPRO
2
1
3
4
8
7
5
6
¿½ËÈ»˃Ɩʼ˂
8-20
1-
Frame
5-
Foot
2-
Shock Mount
6-
Foot Pad
3-
Battery
7-
Wheel
4-
Handle
8-
Axle Bolt
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