check engine oil - Gentech Industries

check engine oil - Gentech Industries
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C O N T E N T S:
1.GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS………………………………………………3-4
2.ELECTRICAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS……………………………………………4-5
3.SAFETY INFORMATION………………………………………………6-7
4.CONTROL FUNCTION……………………………………………7-9
5.PRE-OPERATION CHECK……………………………………………9-10
6.OPERATION…………………………………………………………10-13
7.PERIODIC MAINTENANCE…………………………………………13-16
8.TROUBLE SHOOTING………………………………………………16-17
9.STORAGE…………………………………………………………17
10.SPECIFICATIONS…………………………………………………18-19
11.WIRING DIAGRAM…………………………………………………20-21
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IMPORTANT:
Thank you for purchasing a Power Master Gasoline Generating Set (hereinafter referred to as the “generator”).
This manual will assist you in operating and maintaining your generator. This manual is the latest version. With
the continuous improvement and upgrading of this product, the manufacturer reserves the right to modify this
manual without notice. The manufacturer shall assume no liability for incorrect information contained in this
manual.
This manual is an integral part of the generator. When the generator is transferred to others, this manual should
be handed over to the new owner.
Some important information in this manual will be indicated in the following way, please see below. The users
should pay special attention to these instructions.
The range of POWER MASTER GENERATORS is safe and reliable, but incorrect use of these products
may cause personal injury and or damage to your machine. Please read this manual thoroughly before
operation as this product is required to operate strictly in accordance with this manual.
IMPORTANT NOTICES:
PLEASE PAY SPECIAL ATTENTION TO STATEMENTS PRECEDED BY THE
FOLLOWING WORDS:
Danger
• DANGER
This indicates a hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious
injury.
Warning
• WARNING:
This indicates a hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious
injury.
Caution
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• CAUTION:
This indicates a hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, could result in injury.
1.
GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS:
Danger
1.1.
Warning
Caution
A “LAYMAN” and or “CHILDREN” may not recognize the possible dangers of operating a
generator. We recommend that only competent persons should operate the generator.
1.2.
Fuel is combustible and easily ignited. Do not refuel during operation.
1.3.
Do not refuel whilst smoking or near naked flames. Do not overfill or spill fuel. If this happens clean
the fuel on and around the generator properly before operating.
1.4.
Only use the specified fuel when operating the generator
1.5.
Some parts of the internal-combustion engine are hot and might cause burns. Pay attention to the
warning signs on the generating set.
1.6.
Engine exhaust gases are toxic. Do not operate the generator in an unventilated room. When
installed in a ventilated room, additional requirements for fire and explosion protection must be
observed.
1.7.
Regularly check that the bolts and nuts are properly tightened as they may become lose due to
vibration of the generator whilst in use.
1.8.
Before using the generator ensure that you have checked the periodic maintenance schedule in
the operator’s manual.
1.9.
Pay attention to the wiring or extension cords from the generator to the connect device. If the wire
is under the generator or in contact with a vibrating part, it may break and possibly cause a fire,
generator burnout, or electric shock hazard. Replace damaged or worn cords immediately.
1.10.
Do not operate in rain, wet or damp conditions, or with wet hands. The operator may suffer
severe electric shock if the generator is wet.
1.11.
If wet, wipe and dry it well before starting. Do not pour water directly over the generator, nor was
hit with water.
1.12.
Be extremely careful that all necessary electrical grounding procedures are followed during
each and every use. Failure to do so can be fatal.
1.13.
Do not connect the generator to a commercial power line. Connecting to a commercial power
line may short circuit the generator. We strongly recommend the use of a Transfer Switch for
connecting to a domestic circuit.
1.14.
Do not smoke when handling the battery. The battery emits flammable hydrogen gas, which
can explode if exposed to cigarettes and or naked flames. Keep the area well-ventilated and
keep naked flames/ sparks away when handling the battery.
1.15.
Keep children and all bystanders at a safe distance from the genertor whislt in use
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1.16.
It is absolutely essential that you know and understand the safe and proper use of the power
tool or appliance that you intend to connect to the generator. All operators must read,
understand and follow the tool/ appliance operators maunal. The tool and appliance
applications and limitations must be understood. Keep all instruction manuals in a safe place for
future reference.
1.17.
2.
2.1.
Always switch off the circuit breaker on the generator when not in use.
ELECTRICAL SAFETY INFORMATION:
Electrical equipment including cable, cords and plug connection must not be defective. Please
check before using.
2.2.
Do not plug the generator directly into a wall socket-outlet.
2.3.
The generator should not be connected to other sources such as the power company supply
mains. In special cases where stand-by connection to existing electrical systems or integration
therewith is intended, note that it is a legal requirement that such connections or integration may
only be performed by a competent person.
2.4.
Protection against electrical shock depends on circuit-breakers that are specially matched to the
generator. If a circuit breaker requires replacement, it shall be replaced by a circuit breaker that
has identical ratings and performance characteristics.
2.5.
Due to high mechanical stresses only tough rubber-sheathed flexible cable should be used.
2.6.
If the generator is of CLASS II construction then earthing of the generator is not required.
2.7.
Cord Extension Sets:
2.7.1. A 1mm2 flexible cable can draw a maximum of 10A provided that the cable is not longer than
25m.
2.7.2. A 1.5mm2 flexible cable can draw a maximum of 10a provided that the cable is not longer than
35m
2.7.3. A 1.5mm2 flexible cable can draw a maximum of 16a provided that the cable is not longer than
20m
2.7.4. A 2.5mm2 flexible cable can draw a maximum of 10a provided the cable is not longer than
65m
2.7.5. A 2.5mm2 flexible cable can draw a maximum of 16a provided that the cable is not longer than
45m
2.7.6. A 4mm2 flexible cable can draw a maximum of 10a provided that the cable is not longer than
100m
2.7.7. A 4mm2 flexible cable can draw a maximum of 16a provided that the cable is not longer than
65m
2.8.
DROP IN ELECTRIC EXTENSION CORDS:
When a long electric extension cord is used to connect an appliance or tool to the generator, a certain amount
of voltage drop or loss occurs in the extension cord which reduces the effective voltage available for the
appliance or tool.
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The chart below has been prepared to illustrate the approximate voltage loss when an extension cord of 300
feet (approx.100 meters) is used to connect an appliance or tool to the generator.
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! WARNING
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PLEASE READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS MANUAL COMPLETELY BEFORE OPERATING THE
MACHINE.
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3.SAFETY INFORMATION
1)EXHAUST FUMES ARE POISONOUS
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Never operate the generator in a closed area or it may lead to possible unconsciousness and or death.
Only operate the generator in a well ventilated area.
2)FUEL IS HIGHLY FLAMMABLE AND POISONOUS
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Always turn off the engine when refueling
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Never refuel while smoking or in the vicinity of an open flame.
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Do not spill any fuel on the engine or muffler when refueling.
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If you swallow any fuel, inhale fuel vapor or allow any to get in your eyes please consult your doctor
immediately. If any fuel spills on your skin or clothing please wash with soap and water and change your
clothes immediately.
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When operating or transporting the generator please ensure that it is kept upright. If it tilts fuel may leak
from the carburetor or fuel tank.
3)ENGINE AND MUFFLER MAY BE HOT
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Place the generator in a place where children are not likely to touch the machine.
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Avoid placing any flammable materials near the exhaust outlet during operation.
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Keep the generator at least 1 m (3 ft) from buildings or other equipment or the generator may overheat.
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Avoid operating the generator with a dust cover.
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Be sure to carry the generator only by its carry handle.
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Place the generator on a flat surface to ensure that the generator
hot
can eliminate heat freely.
cool air
4)ELECTRIC SHOCK PREVENTION
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Never operate the generator in a wet environment. Keep out of the rain.
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Never touch the generator with wet hands as this may result in an electrical shock.
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Be sure to ground (earth) the generator.
NOTE: ───────────────
Use ground (earth) lead of sufficient current capacity.
Diameter: 0.12mm (0.005 in)/ampere
EX: 10 Ampere --1.2mm (0.055 in)
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5)CONNECTION NOTES
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Do not connect the generator directly to the Power Utility Source.
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Do not connect the generator in parallel with any other generator.
4.CONTROL FUNCTION
DESCRIPTION
(1) Economy control switch
(2) Engine switch
(3) Fuel tank
(4) Spark plug
(5) Muffler
(6) Carrying handle
(7) Choke lever
(8) AC pilot light
(9) Overload indicator light
(10) Oil warning light
(11) Ground (earth) terminal
(12) DC protector
(13) DC receptacle
(14) AC receptacle
(15) Frequency Transfer Switch
(16) Fuel filter
(17) Fuel tank cap
(18) Fuel pump
(19) Recoil starter
(20) Fuel cock
(21) Oil filler cap
(22) Air filter cover
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10 11 12 13
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1)OIL WARNING SYSTEM
When the oil level falls below the lower level the generator will stop
automatically. Unless you refill with oil the generator will not start again.
2)ENGINE SWITCH
The engine switch controls the ignition system.
①
“ON”(run)
Ignition circuit is switched on. The engine can be started.
②
“OFF”(stop)
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Ignition circuit is switched off. The engine will not run.
3)ECONOMY CONTROL SWITCH
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When the economy control switch is turned “ON”, the economy control
unit controls the engine speed according to the connected load. This
may result in better fuel efficiency and less noise.
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4)DC CIRCUIT PROTECTOR
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The DC circuit protector turns off automatically when the load exceeds
the generator rated output.
CAUTION:
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DC PROTECTOR
If the DC circuit protector turns off then reduce the load to within
specified generator rated output.
ON
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OFF
5)FUEL TANK CAP AIR VENT KNOB
The fuel tank cap is provided with an air vent knob to stop fuel flow.
run.
When the generator is not in use please tighten the air vent knob
counterclockwise until it is finger- tight to stop fuel flow.
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OPEN
position. This will allow fuel to flow to the carburetor and the engine to
OPEN
CLOSE
CL
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The air vent knob must be turned once clockwise from the closed
6)FUEL COCK
OFF
ON
The fuel cock is used to supply fuel from the tank to the carburetor.
5. PRE-OPERATION CHECK
NOTE: ────────────────────────
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Pre-operation checks should be made each time the generator is
used.
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1)CHECK ENGINE FUEL
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Make sure there is sufficient fuel in the tank.
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If the fuel is low refill with clean unleaded gasoline
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Be sure to use the fuel filter screen on the fuel filter neck when
refilling the generator.
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Unleaded fuel is recommended for this generator.
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Fuel tank capacity: (see page 19,20)
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Do not refill the tank whilst the generator is running or hot.
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Close the fuel cock before refueling with fuel.
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Keep the fuel free from dust, dirt, water or other foreign objects.
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Do not over fill will refueling the generator.
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Wipe off spilt fuel thoroughly before starting the generator.
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Keep away from fire.
UPPER
LEVEL
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2)CHECK ENGINE OIL
Make sure that the engine oil is at the upper level of the oil filler hole. Add
oil as necessary.
0° C
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Remove oil filler cap and check the engine oil level.
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If the oil level is below the lower level line then refill with suitable oil
to upper level line. Do not screw in the oil filler cap when checking
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SAE 10W
or 10W-30
or 10W-40
25° C
SAE #20
or 10W-30
or 10W-40
32° F
SAE #30
or 10W-30
or 10W-40
80° F
oil level.
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Change oil if contaminated.
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Oil capacity: (see page 19,20)
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Recommended engine oil:
API Service “SJ”
3)GROUND (Earth)
Make sure that the generator is properly earthed/grounded.
6. OPERATION
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The generator has been shipped without engine oil. Fill with oil
OPEN
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OPEN
or it will not start.
CL
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Do not tilt the generator when adding engine oil as this could
result in overfilling and damage to the engine
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1)STARTING THE ENGINE
NOTE: ─────────────────────
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ON
Only connect the electrical appliances after you have started the
generator.
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1.
Open the fuel tank air vent to the “OPEN” position.
2.
Turn the fuel cock lever to the “ON” position.
3.
Turn the engine switch to the “ON” position
4.
When operating/fueling the generator for the first time please
ON
ENGINE
SWITCH
press the primer bulb 6 times.
5.
Turn the choke lever to the
“CHOKE” position. Please not
that this is not necessary if the engine is warm.
6.
Pull the starter handle slowly until resistance is felt. This is the
“Compression” point. Return the handle to its original position
and pull swiftly. Do not pull out the rope fully. After starting
please allow the starter handle to return to its original position
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STOP
while still holding the handle. Grasp the carry handle firmly to prevent the generator from falling over when
pulling the recoil starter.
7.
Warm up the engine.
8.
Turn the choke lever back to the
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Warm up the engine without a load for a few minutes.
“RUN” position.
2)USING ELECTRIC POWER
1. AC APPLICATION
(a)
Check the AC pilot lamp for the correct voltage reading.
(b) Turn off the switch(es) of the electrical appliance(s) before
connecting to the generator.
(c) Insert the pulg(s) of the electrical appliance(s) into the receptacle.
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Make sure that the electrical appliances are turned off before
plugging in.
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Make sure that the total load is within generator rated output.
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Make sure that the socket load current is within socket rated current.
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Make sure that the economy control switch is turned “OFF” when
using electrical appliances that require large starting current such
as a compressors, fridges and freezes.
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2.OVERLOAD INDICATOR LIGHT
The overload indicator light will come on when an overload of a
connected electrical appliance is detected, or if the inverter unit
overheats and if the AC output voltage rises. The electronic circuit
breaker will then activate stopping power to the generator in order to
protect the generator and any connected electrical appliances. The
output pilot light (green) will flicker and the overload indicator light (red)
will turn on and then the engine will stop running. If so please follow the
following steps:
ON
ECON.
SWITCH
(a)
OFF
Turn off any electrical appliance that is connected to the generator
and stop the engine immediately.
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(b)
Reduce the total wattage of any electrical appliances connected to the generator to within the application
range.
(c)
Check for any blockages in the cooling air inlet and around the control unit. If any blockages are found
please remove.
(d)
After checking please restart the generator.
CAUTION: ─────────────────────────────────────
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Please note that the generator AC output automatically resets when the engine is stopped and then
restarted.
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The overload indicator light may come on for a few seconds at first when connecting electrical appliances
that require a large starting current such as a compressors, fridges and freezers. Please note that this is
not a malfunction.
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3. DC APPLICATION (option)
Aim for specific gravity and charging time
This usage is applicable to 12V battery charging only.
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(a) Charging instruction for battery
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Disconnect the battery terminals.
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Loosen the battery fluid filler cap completely.
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Fill distilled water to the upper limit if the battery fluid level is low.
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Measure the specific gravity for the battery fluid by using a
hydrometer. Calculate the charging time in accordance with the
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1.22
1.18
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1.14
1
1.10
1.06
0
2
The specific gravity for a fully charged battery should be within 1.26
to 1.28. We recommend that you check this regularly.
Battery capacity
1. 30AH 20HR
2. 35AH 20HR
3. 47AH 20HR
(b) Connect from the DC output socket and the battery using proper
charging leads. Make sure that the polarity is correct when
connecting. IE (+) to positive and (-) to negative.
(c)
After checking the connection please set the DC circuit protector to
the
“ON” position.
CAUTION: ──────────────────────
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6
chargong time Hr
table shown on the right.
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Specific gravity 20° C
1.26
Make sure that the economy control switch is turned “OFF” whilst charging the battery.
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3)STOPPING THE ENGINE
ON
ENGINE
SWITCH
STOP
1. Turn off the power switch or disconnect the electrical appliance.
2. Turn off the engine switch by turning it to the “STOP” position.
3. Turn the fuel cock lever by turning it to the “OFF” position.
4. Turn the fuel tank cap air vent knob counterclockwise to the
OFF
“CLOSED” position.
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OPEN
7. PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
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CLOSE
1) MAINTENANCE CHART
Regular maintenance is most important for the best performance and
safe operation.
Pre-operation
Item
Remarks
Spark
Check condition adjust gap
Plug
and
clean.
Replace
Initial
Every
check
1 months
3 months
(daily)
or 20 Hr
or 50Hr
if
Every
Every
6 months 12 months
or100Hr
or 300Hr
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necessary.
Engine
Check oil level
Oil
Replace
Oil filter
Clean oil filter
Air Filter
Clean. Replace if necessary.
Fuel
Clean fuel cock filter. Replace
Filter
if necessary
Choke
Check choke operation
Valve
Check and
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adjust
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when
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Clearance engine is cold.
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Fuel Line
Check fuel hose for crack or
damage.
Replace
if
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necessary.
Exhaust
Check for leakage. Retighten
System
or replace gasket if necessary
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Check muffler screen.
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Clean / replace if necessary.
Carburetor Check choke operation
Cooling
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Check fan damage.
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system
Starting
Check recoil starter operation.
system
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Idle speed Check and adjust engine idle speed
Fittings /
Check
Fastener
fasteners correct if necessary.
all
fittings
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and
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Crankcase Check
breather
breather
hose
for
cracks or damage. Replace if
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necessary
Generator
Check the pilot light comes on
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2)ENGINE OIL REPLACEMENT
1.
Place the generator on a flat and level surface and warm up the
engine for several minutes. Then stop the engine and turn the fuel
cock knob to the “OFF” position. Turn the fuel tank cap air vent
knob clockwise.
2.
Loosen the screw and remove the cover.
3.
Remove the oil filler cap
4.
Place an oil pan under the engine and tilt the generator to drain the
oil completely
5.
Once the oil has drained completely return the generator to the
upright position.
6.
Add engine oil until the level reaches the “upper level” indicator.
7.
Replace the oil filler cap properly.
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UPPER
LEVEL
8.
Replace the cover properly and tighten the screw.
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Recommended engine oil: (see page 14)
API Service “ SJ”
CAUTION: ──────────────────────
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Make sure that no foreign material falls into the crankcase.
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Do not tilt the generator when adding engine oil as this could
result in overfilling and could cause damage to the engine.
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Make sure that you clean the oil filter every 100 hours.
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3)AIR FILTER
Maintaining an air filter in proper condition is very important. Dirt
induced through improperly installed, improperly serviced, or
inadequate elements damages and wears out engines. Always keep
the air filter elements clean.
1. Remove the side cover.
2. Remove the air filter cover and element.
3. Wash the element in a solvent and dry properly.
4. Oil the element and squeeze out all excess oil. The element should
be wet but not dripping.
5. Insert the element into the air filter.
6. Replace the side cover.
CAUTION: ──────────────────────
The engine should never run without the air filter element as this may
result in excessive piston and or cylinder wear.
4)CLEANING AND ADJUSTING SPARK PLUG
1. Remove the side cover.
2. Check for discoloration and remove the carbon build up.
3. Check that the correct spark plug is being used as well as the gap.
4. Replace the spark plug if necessary.
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5. Replace the side cover once finished.
Standard electrode color: Tan Color
Standard Spark Plug: CM6RA (TORCH) CM6RH (NGK)
Spark Plug Gap: 0.6-0.7 mm (0.024-0.028 in)
5)FUEL TANK FILTER
1. Remove the fuel tank cap and filter.
2. Clean the filter with solvent. If damaged, replace.
3. Wipe the filter and insert it.
WARNING
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Make sure that the tank cap is tightened securely.
6)MUFFLER SCREEN
WARNING
Please note that the engine and muffler will be very hot after the engine
has been running
1.
Please remove the side cover.
2.
Please remove the muffler screen.
3.
Use a flathead screw driver to remove the spark arrester from the
muffler.
4.
Remove the carbon deposits on the muffler screen and spark arrester by using a wire brush.
5.
Replace the muffler screen once completed.
6.
Replace the side cover once completed.
8.TROUBLE SHOOTING
1)If the engine won’t start:
1. Fuel Systems
If there is no fuel supplied to combustion chamber:
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Check the fuel in the fuel tank – refill if necessary.
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Check the fuel in the fuel tank, if there is sufficient fuel ensure that the fuel tank cap air vent knob is in the
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“ON” position and the fuel cock knob is in the “ON” position.
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Check the fuel line – if this is clogged then clean it properly.
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Check the carburetor – if clogged then clean it properly.
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2.Engine Oil System
If there is insufficient oil:
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Check the oil level – if it is too low then add engine oil.
3. Electrical Systems:
Poor Spark:
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If the spark plug is dirty, wet or has carbon build up – Remove carbon build up, clean and dry properly.
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Faulty ignition system – Contact Gentech Industries.
4. Insufficient Compression:
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Worn out piston and or cylinder – Contact Gentech Industries.
2)Generator won’t produce power
Safety device (AC) to the “OFF” position - Stop the engine and then attempt to restart.
Safety device (DC) to the “OFF” position - Reset the DC protector.
9.
STORAGE
The long term storage of your generator will require some preventive procedures to safe guard against
deterioration.
1)DRAIN THE FUEL
1.
Remove the fuel tank cap and drain the fuel from the fuel tank
2.
Remove the side cover and drain fuel from the carburetor by loosening the drain screw.
2)ENGINE
1.
Remove the spark plug and pour in about one tablespoon of SAE 10W30 or 20W40 motor oil into the
spark plug hole and reinstall the spark plug.
2.
Use the recoil starter to turn the engine over several times (with ignition off).
3.
Pull the recoil starter until you feel compression.
4.
Stop pulling.
5.
Clean the exterior of the generator.
6.
Store the generator in a dry and well-ventilated place with a cover placed over it.
7.
The generator must remain in a vertical/upright position whilst in storage.
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10. SPECIFICATION
MODEL
950i
1200i
GENERATOR
Type
Inverter Generator
AC Voltage
50Hz
100, 230V, 240V
60Hz
100, 120V, 240V
Max. Output
0.80 kW
1.2kW
Rated Output
0.70 kW
1.0 kW
Power Factor
1.0
DC Output
12V / 4.0A (Option)
Model
XY139F-6
Type
ENGINE
Bore×Stroke
XY144F-1
Air-cooled, 4 cycle, OHV, Gasoline Engine
mm×mm
39×33.5
44×39.5
Displacement
40 cc
60 cc
Max. Output
1.0KW / 5500rpm
1.3KW / 5500rpm
Fuel
Regular Automobile Gasoline
Fuel tank Capacity
Rated Continuous Operation
2.1 liters
3.0 liters
4.1 hr
4.8 hr
Lubricating oil
SAE 10W30
Lubricating oil Capacity
0.30 liter
Starting System
Recoil Starter
Ignition system
C.D.I.
Spark Plug: Type
DIMENSION
CMR6A (TORCH)
L×W×H
395×209×355
448×236×392
Overall dimension L×W×H
425×230×380
480×255×425
Net dimension
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0.35 liter
Net Weight
8.5 Kg
13.5 Kg
Gross Weight
9.5Kg
15.0Kg
Specifications subject to change without prior notice.
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MODEL
2000i
GENERATOR
Type
Inverter Generator
AC Voltage
50Hz
100, 230V, 240V
60Hz
100, 120V, 240V
Max. Output
2.0kW
Rated Output
1.7 kW
Power Factor
1.0
DC Output
Model
XY152F-4
Type
Air-cooled, 4 cycle, OHV, Gasoline Engine
Bore×Stroke
ENGINE
12V / 6.0A (Option)
mm×mm
52.4×46
Displacement
100 cc
Max. Output
2.3KW / 5500rpm
Fuel
Regular Automobile Gasoline
Fuel tank Capacity
4.5 liters
Rated Continuous Operation
4.8 hr
Lubricating oil
SAE 10W30
Lubricating oil Capacity
0.75 liter
Starting System
Recoil Starter
Ignition system
C.D.I.
Spark Plug: Type
L×W×H
525×282×457
Overall dimension L×W×H
555×315×490
DIMENSION
Net dimension
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A5RTC (TORCH)
Net Weight
18.5 Kg
Gross Weight
21.0Kg
Specifications subject to change without prior notice.
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11. WIRING DIAGRAM
950i, 1200i
BU
+
BU
+
R
DC winding
BU
BU
R
O
BL
PI
BU
M
BU
R
O
W
BL
BU
BL
R
BL
BL
Stepping motor
BL
Main
winding
BL
BL
R
R
BL
BL
W
Control
winding
BL
W
Invert cell
BL
BL
Oil sensor
BL
Ignition winding
W
Spring winding
BL
R
R
BL
BR
GR
BU
Y/G
O
W
R
P
Y/G
Economic
switch
OUTPUT
OVERLOAD
LOW OIL
Engine
switch
R
Spark
plug
R
BL
BU
O
BL
High
pressure
wrap
20
2000i
BU
BU
BU
+
BU
+
R
DC winding
R
O
BL
PI
BU
M
BU
R
O
W
BL
BU
BL
R
BL
BL
Stepping motor
Main
winding
Control
winding
Y/G
BL
BL
BL
BL
R
R
BL
BL
W
BL
W
BL
Oil sensor
Invert cell
BL
Ignition winding
W
Spring winding
BL
R
R
BL
BR
GR
BU
Y/G
O
W
R
P
Economic
switch
OUTPUT
OVERLOAD
LOW OIL
Engine
switch
R
Spark
plug
R
BL
BU
O
BL
High
pressure
wrap
21
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