*Gasoline & Propane Tank Not Included
XP12000EH GENERATOR
User Manual
REV: XP12000EH-07032017
This manual provides information regarding the operation
and maintenance of these products. We have made every
effort to ensure the accuracy of the information in this
manual. We reserve the right to change this product at
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CONTENTS
1.
Introduction
Introduction ..................................................................................................................... 6
General Safety Procedures ............................................................................................ 7
Quick Start Guide (Gasoline) ....................................................................................... 10
Quick Start Guide (Propane)......................................................................................... 12
Generator Components................................................................................................ 14
Package Contents.......................................................................................................... 16
2.
Generator Setup
Shipping Braces ............................................................................................................. 18
Wheel Kit Installation..................................................................................................... 19
Adding Oil....................................................................................................................... 20
Adding Gasoline............................................................................................................. 21
Grounding the Generator ............................................................................................ 22
3.
Starting the Generator
Checking the Oil ............................................................................................................ 24
Check the Gas Level ...................................................................................................... 25
Starting the Generator Using Gasoline....................................................................... 26
Starting the Generator Using Propane....................................................................... 28
4.
Using the Generator
AC Usage......................................................................................................................... 32
Connecting a Load to the Generator........................................................................... 34
Voltage Selector Switch................................................................................................. 35
DC Usage......................................................................................................................... 36
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CONTENTS
5.
Maintenance and Care
Maintenance Schedule................................................................................................... 40
Maintenance Log ........................................................................................................... 41
Checking the Oil ............................................................................................................. 42
Changing the Oil.............................................................................................................. 43
Cleaning the Air Filter..................................................................................................... 44
Spark Plug Maintenance................................................................................................ 46
Emptying the Gas Tank.................................................................................................. 48
Cleaning the Fuel Filter Cup........................................................................................... 50
Storage and Transportation.......................................................................................... 51
Specifications................................................................................................................... 52
6.
Troubleshooting
Basic Troubleshooting ................................................................................................... 54
Changing / Inspecting the Carbon Brushes ................................................................ 55
Changing / Inspecting the AVR ..................................................................................... 57
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7.
Warranty ........................................................................................................................... 62
8.
Contact Information ................................................................................................... 66
INTRODUCTION
DuroMax has cemented its reputation as one of the markets leading power equipment companies
who are headquartered in the US. All of our products are manufactured to the strictest guidelines
and go through countless testing in all phases of production.
Evolving our strong engine line, DuroMax has complemented its offerings to include Pressure
Washers, Water Pumps, Engines and now offering V-Twin engines. Reliability is the highest
standard we hold ourselves to, whether its powering a heater during a winter storm that knocks
out power, dewatering a flooded property, or washing away a deck for the summer season
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Notice Regarding Emissions
Engines that are certified to comply with U.S. EPA emission regulations for SORE (Small off Road
Equipment), are certified to operate on regular unleaded gasoline, and may include the following
emission control systems: (EM) Engine Modifications and (TWC) Three-Way Catalyst (if so equipped).
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GENERAL SAFETY PROCEDURES
SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL
The safety alert symbol is used with one of the safety words (DANGER,
CAUTION, or WARNING) to alert you of hazards. Please pay attention to
these hazard notices both in this manual and on the generator.
Please familiarize yourself with the following safety symbols and words:
●● DANGER: Indicates a hazard that will result in serious injury or death if instructions are not
followed.
●● WARNING: Indicates a strong possibility of causing serious injury or death if instructions are not
followed.
●● CAUTION: Indicates a possibility of personal injury or equipment damage if instructions are not
followed.
DANGER: This generator produces poisonous carbon monoxide gas when running. This
gas is both odorless and colorless. Even if you do not see or smell gas, carbon monoxide
may still be present. Breathing this poison can lead to headaches, dizziness, drowsiness,
and eventually death.
●● Use outdoors ONLY in non-confined areas.
●● Keep several feet of clearance on all sides to allow proper ventilation of the generator.
WARNING: The exhaust from this product contains chemicals known to the State of
California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.
WARNING: This generator produces heat when running. Temperatures near exhaust can
exceed 150°F (65°C).
●● Do not touch hot surfaces. Pay attention to warning labels on the generator denoting
hot parts of the machine.
●● Allow generator to cool several minutes after use before touching engine or areas
which heat during use.
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GENERAL SAFETY PROCEDURES
WARNING: This generator may emit highly flammable and explosive gasoline vapors,
which can cause severe burns or even death. A nearby open flame can lead to an
explosion even if not directly in contact with gas.
●● Do not operate near an open flame.
●● Do not smoke near generator.
●● Always operate on a firm, level surface.
●● Always turn generator off before refueling.
●● Allow generator to cool for at least 2 minutes before removing fuel cap. Loosen cap
slowly to relieve pressure in tank.
●● Do not overfill gas tank. Gas may expand during operation. Do not fill to the top of
the tank.
●● Always check for spilled gas before operating.
●● Empty the gasoline tank before storing or transporting the generator.
●● Before transporting, turn fuel valve to the off position and disconnect the spark plug.
WARNING: This generator produces a powerful voltage, which can result in electrocution.
●● ALWAYS ground the generator before using it (see the “Grounding the Generator”
portion of the “PREPARlNG THE GENERATOR FOR USE section).
●● Generator should only be plugged into electrical devices, either directly or with an
extension cord. NEVER connect to a building electrical system without a qualified
electrician. Such connections must comply with local electrical laws and codes. Failure
to comply can create a backflow of power, which may result in serious injury or death
to utility workers.
●● Use a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) in highly conductive areas such as metal
decking or steel work. GFCls are available in-line with some extension cords.
●● Do not use uncovered in rainy or wet conditions.
●● Do not touch bare wires or receptacles (outlets).
●● Do not allow children or non-qualified persons to operate.
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GENERAL SAFETY PROCEDURES
In addition to the above safety notices, please familiarize yourself with the safety and
hazard markings on the generator.
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QUICK START GUIDE (GASOLINE)
1. Remove shipping braces
The shipping braces prevent engine movement during
shipment. Flip the generator over and remove the brightly
colored brace between the motor and the frame, and the
wood brace under the generator.
2. Add oil
The oil fill cap is located on the lower engine block to the
right of the recoil start housing. Remove the oil fill cap and
fill with 10w30 oil.
3. Add gasoline
The fuel cap is located on top of the fuel tank. Fill the tank
with fresh unleaded gasoline 87 octane or higher. The tank
is full when you see fuel in the bottom of the fuel filter cup.
DO NOT overfill the tank.
4. Turn breaker off
The breaker is located on the right side of the front power
panel. Flip the breaker down to prevent accidental load
when starting the generator.
5. Turn gas valve on
The gas valve is located above the recoil start on the
bottom of the fuel tank. Rotate the valve clockwise to the
vertical position to turn on the gas supply.
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6. Close choke
The choke lever is located above the air filter to the right
of the recoil start. Slide the lever to the left to cut the air
supply and allow more gas into the engine to start.
7. Start generator
The key switch is located on the left side of the front power
panel. Insert the key and turn to the start position to start
the generator. Allow the key to return to the run position
once started.
8. Open choke
The choke lever is located above the air filter to the right
of the recoil start. Slide the lever to the right to open the
choke and increase air into the carburetor for normal
running.
9. Turn breaker on
The breaker is located on the right side of the front power
panel. Flip the breaker up to allow power to flow to the
receptacles.
10. Connect devices
Connect your devices to the receptacles on the front panel.
Start with the largest loads first.
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QUICK START GUIDE (PROPANE)
1. Remove shipping braces
The shipping braces prevent engine movement during
shipment. Flip the generator over and remove the brightly
colored brace between the motor and the frame, and the
wood brace under the generator.
2. Add oil
The oil fill cap is located on the lower engine block to the
right of the recoil start housing. Remove the oil fill cap and
fill with 10w30 oil.
3. Turn breaker off
The breaker is located on the right side of the front power
panel. Flip the breaker down to prevent accidental load
when starting the generator.
4. Turn gas valve off
The gas valve is located above the recoil start on the
bottom of the fuel tank. Rotate the valve counter clockwise
to the horizontal position to stop the flow of gasoline to
the carburetor.
5. Connect propane hose
The propane regulator / decompression valve is located
on the frame of the generator below the OHV valve cover.
Ensure the propane hose is securely connected to the
regulator/compression valve.
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6. Connect propane tank
The propane hose is located on the left side of the regulator,
below the OHV valve cover. Screw the open ACME nut
connection to your propane tank and turn the tank on.
7. Release propane pressure
The propane regulator / decompression valve is located
on the frame of the generator below the OHV valve cover.
Press the button in the center down 3-5 times for one
second to clear the air from the lines and fill the carburetor.
8. Adjust choke
The choke lever is located above the air filter to the right
of the recoil start. Slide the lever to the right to open the
choke and increase air into the carburetor for normal
running.
9. Start
The key switch is located on the left side of the front power
panel. Insert the key and turn to the start position to start
the generator. Allow the key to return to the run position
once started.
10. Turn breaker on / connect
The breaker is located on the right side of the front power
panel. Flip the breaker up to allow power to flow to the
receptacles. Connect your devices to the receptacles on
the front panel. Start with the largest loads first.
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GENERATOR COMPONENTS
2. Choke Lever
21. 120V 3 Prong
Twist Lock
22. 120/240v 4-Prong
Receptacle
8. 120v 3-Prong
Receptacle
23. Auto Throttle
5. Circuit Breaker
10. Volt Meter
1. Power Boost
16. Fuel Valve
7. Ground
Terminal
1. Air Filter
11. 12v DC
Charging Posts
6. 120/240v 4-Prong
Twist Lock
9. Battery
13. Engine Switch
14. Recoil Start
12. Oil Fill and Dipstick
1. Air Cleaner - a removable, cleanable, oiled, element that cleans the air going into the engine.
2. Choke Lever - Allows the airflow into the carburetor to be restricted to assist in starting the
engine.
3. Fuel Gauge - Indicates the amount of fuel in the gasoline tank.
4. Fuel Cap - Allows access to fill the gasoline tank.
5. Circuit Breaker - Resettable switch that protects the generator from electrical overload.
6. 120/240v 4-Prong Twist Lock - Use to connect electrical devices that run 120 or 240 Volt, 60Hz,
single phase, AC current (NEMA L14-30).
7. Ground Terminal - Connect a ground wire here to properly ground the generator.
8. 120v 3-Prong Receptacle - Use to connect electrical devices that run 120 Volt, 60 Hz, single
phase, AC current (NEMA 5-20).
9. Battery - 12V DC 7ah Battery that powers the Electric Start System.
10. Volt Meter - Provides reading of voltage output.
11. 12v DC Charging Posts – DC Output for charging batteries or running small DC powered items.
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15. Fuel Filter Cup
4. Fuel Cap
3. Fuel Gauge
17. Spark Plug
18. Muffler
20. Pressure
Release
Valve
19. Propane Connector
12. Oil Fill and Dipstick - Use to add or check the oil.
13. Engine Switch – 3 Position Switch to “Start”, “Run”, or turn “Off” the generator.
14. Recoil Start – Easy Pull Recoil Start to start the engine without the electric start.
15. Fuel Filter Cup - Traps dirt and debris in gasoline before it enters the engine.
16. Fuel Valve - On/Off Valve that allows fuel into the engine.
17. Spark plug – Provides ignition to the engine.
18. Muffler – Reduces engine emissions and reduces noise.
19. Propane Tank Connector and Hose – Connects the LPG tank to the LPG Regulator.
20. Propane Regulator and Pressure Release Valve - Provides a regulated LPG Fuel supply to the
engine. (Intended for use with a LPG Source of 3 PSI or more.)
21. 120v 3-Prong Twist Lock - Use to connect electrical devices that run 120 Volt, 60 Hz, single
phase, AC current (L5-30).
22. 120/240v 4-Prong Receptacle - Use to connect electrical devices that run 120 or 240 Volt,
60Hz, single phase, AC current (NEMA 14-50).
23. Auto Throttle - Allows the engine to run at reduced speed when no load is present to save on
fuel and reduce noise levels.
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PACKAGE CONTENTS
Your generator comes with the items listed below. Please check to see that all of the following
items are included with your generator.
Double Sided
Screw Driver
Spanner
Spark Plug Wrench
Phillips and slot blade
screwdriver used for generator
maintenance.
Assorted wrenches used in
generator maintenance and
assembly. Commonly 8mm,
10mm, 13mm, and 15mm.
Used in spark plug
maintenance, inspection, and
installation.
Oil Funnel w/ hose
DC Charge Cables
Plug Ends
Used to add oil to the
generator without messy spills.
Used in conjunction with the
charging posts to charge 12v
automotive style batteries or
small DC appliances.
Plug heads for the receptacles
found on the generator are
included to make or rewire
your own cords.
●● Note: Actual tools may differ in appearance or design from image shown.
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GENERATOR SETUP
Proper setup of your generator will get you going as soon as possible while making sure you and
your equipment are safe and cared for.
GENERATOR SETUP
Step 1 - Remove Shipping Braces
1. Unpack
a.
Remove the generator from the box.
b.
Place the largest piece of packing foam on a flat surface.
c.
Flip the generator upside down on the pad.
CAUTION: NEVER Attempt this if you have put fuel or oil
in the generator.
2. Remove braces
a.
Completely remove each of the 4 bolts holding the
orange metal brace in place.
b.
Remove the brace.
c.
Cut the nylon tie strap holding the wood brace in
place.
d.
Grab the end of the second brace and pull it out.
e.
This piece is no longer needed and can be discarded.
Note: Shipping braces can be thrown away.
They will not be needed again.
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Step 2 - Wheel Kit Installation (Optional)
1. Install support legs
Secure the support legs to the frame with provided bolts and
lock nuts.
2. Install wheels
a.
Insert wheel bolt through frame and secure with provided nut.
b.
Slide one wheel over each axle end and secure with
the provided retaining pins.
3. Install Handles
Attach the handles to the brackets on the frame using the
provided bolts and nuts.
Do not over tighten the handles, it will prevent
free movement.
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GENERATOR SETUP (CONTINUED)
Step 3 - Adding Oil
The generator requires engine oil to operate properly. The generator, when new from the package
contains no oil in the crankcase*. You must add the proper amount of oil before operating the
generator for the first time. This amount is equal to the oil capacity of the engine crankcase:
Model Number
XP12000EH
Engine Oil Capacity
37 fl. oz (1.1L)
WARNING: Do not apply engine oils with additives or 2-stroke gasoline engine oils. They don’t
have enough lubrication, and may shorten the engine’s service life.
SAE
Engine oil recommended: SAE 10W-30. Viscosity varies with
regions and temperatures. Choose your oil viscosity using the
chart to the left.
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10W-30
* A small amount of oil from factory testing may be present on
arrival.
5W-30
-20
0
20
-40 -30 -20 -10
40
0
60
10
80 100 F
20
30
40 C
ENVIRONMENTAL TEMPERATURE
1. Add oil
a.
Make sure the generator is on a level surface.
b.
Unscrew the oil filler/dipstick cap from the engine .
c.
Using a funnel, add the appropriate amount of oil
into the crankcase. You will know the crankcase is
full when the oil level has reached the lower lip of
the opening you have just poured the oil into.
d.
Replace oil filler cap.
WARNING: DO NOT overfill the crankcase. This
may damage the motor and shorting overall life
of your generator.
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Step 4 - Adding Gasoline
WARNING: Gasoline and gas fumes are highly flammable.
●● Do not fill tank near an open flame.
●● Do not overfill. Always check for fuel spills.
To ensure that the generator runs smoothly use only FRESH, UNLEADED GAS WITH AN OCTANE
RATING OF 87 OR HIGHER.
2. Add Gasoline
a.
Make sure the generator is on a level surface.
b.
Unscrew gas cap and set aside (NOTE: the gas cap
may be tight and hard to unscrew).
c.
Slowly add unleaded gasoline to the fuel tank. Be
careful not to overfill. Please refer to the chart below
to find the gas capacity of your generator model. The
fuel gauge on the top of the gas tank indicates how
much gasoline is in the generator gas tank.
d.
Replace fuel cap and wipe up any spilled gasoline with a dry cloth.
NOTE: Gas can expand. Do not fill the gas tank
to the very top. Leave a minimum of 1.5 in of open
space.
IMPORTANT:
●●
Never use an oil/gasoline mixture. Never use old gas.
●●
Avoid getting dirt or water in the fuel tank.
●●
Gas can age in the tank and make it hard to start up
the generator in the future.
●●
Never store generator for extended periods of time
with fuel in the tank.
Model Number
XP12000EH
Gas Tank Capacity
7.9 US Gallons (30L)
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GENERATOR SETUP (CONTINUED)
Step 5 - Grounding the Generator
1. Attach grounding wire
a.
Ground the generator by tightening the grounding
nut against a grounding wire.
b.
Connect the other end to a copper or brass
grounding rod that’s driven into the earth.
A generally acceptable grounding wire is a No. 12 AWG
(American Wire Gauge) stranded copper wire.
Grounding codes can vary by location. Please contact a local
electrician to check the grounding regulations for your area.
WARNING: Failure to properly ground the generator can result in electrocution.
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STARTING THE GENERATOR
If this is not your first time using the generator there are still steps you should take to prepare it for
operation each time you use it.
IMPORTANT: At this point you should be familiar with the procedures described in the first
portion of this section entitled “GENERATOR SETUP” If you have not yet read this section, go
back and read it now.
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BEFORE YOU START YOUR GENERATOR
Step 1 - Check the oil
1. Check the oil
The generator is equipped with an automatic shutoff to
protect it from damage due to low oil. Nonetheless, you
should check the oil level of the engine before each use to
ensure that the engine crankcase has a sufficient amount.
To check the oil level:
a.
Make sure the generator is on a level surface.
b.
Unscrew the oil filler/dipstick cap.
c.
With a dry cloth, wipe the oil off of the stick on the
inside of the cap.
d.
Insert the dipstick as if you were replacing the
cap and then remove again. There should now be
oil on the stick. If there is no oil on the stick, or oil
only at the very end of the stick, you should add
oil until the engine crankcase is filled (see “Adding
Oil” portion of the “Maintenance” section).
e.
Be sure to replace the cap when finished checking
oil.
NOTE: The oil capacity for your generator can be found in
the “Specifications” section of this manual.
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Step 2 - Check the gas level
1. Check Fuel Level
Before starting the generator, check to see that there is
sufficient gasoline in the fuel tank. The fuel gauge on top of
the tank will give a rough estimate of the gasoline level. The
gauge will appear white then fill red as the tank is filled.
Note: Fuel gauge may not register with less than 1/3 fuel
tank full.
WARNING: Gasoline and gasoline fumes are highly flammable.
●● Do not fill tank near an open flame.
●● Always allow engine to cool for several minutes before refueling.
●● DO NOT overfill fuel tank. Fuel expands when shaken or heated. ALWAY leave 11/2“
space or more at the top of the tank.
●● ALWAYS use fresh fuel or stabilized fuel. Old gasoline (older than 30 days) can cause
permanent damage to the fuel system.
●● Always check for fuel spills.
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STARTING THE GENERATOR
Starting the Generator Using Gasoline
1. Shut breaker off
The breaker is located on the right side of the front power
panel. Flip the breaker down to prevent accidental load
when starting the generator.
2. Turn gas valve on
The gas valve is located above the recoil start on the bottom
of the fuel tank. Rotate the valve clockwise to the vertical
position to turn on the gas supply.
3. Close choke
The choke lever is located above the air filter to the right
of the recoil start. Slide the lever to the left to cut the air
supply and allow more gas into the engine to start.
4. Turn engine switch to START
The key switch is located on the left side of the front power
panel. Insert the key and turn to the start position to start
the generator. Allow the key to return to the run position
once started.
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5. Turn engine switch to ON
When the engine starts, allow the engine switch to return to
the ON position.
6. Open choke
Push the choke to the OPEN position as the engine warms up.
CAUTION: LPG must be shut off when using gasoline!
CAUTION: Gasoline must be shut off when using LPG!
CAUTION: Disconnect all electrical loads from the generator before attempting to
start!
WARNING: Operating the starter motor for more than 5 seconds can damage the
motor. If the engine fails to start, release the switch and wait 10 seconds before
operating the starter again.
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STARTING THE GENERATOR (CONTINUED)
Starting the Generator Using Propane
1. Turn breaker off
The breaker is located on the right side of the front power
panel. Flip the breaker down to prevent accidental load
when starting the generator.
2. Turn gas valve off
The gas valve is located above the recoil start on the
bottom of the fuel tank. Rotate the valve counter clockwise
to the horizontal position to stop the flow of gasoline to the
carburetor.
3. Connect propane hose
The propane regulator / decompression valve is located
on the frame of the generator below the OHV valve cover.
Ensure the propane hose is securely connected to the
regulator/compression valve.
4. Connect propane tank
There propane hose is located on the left side of the
regulator, below the OHV valve cover. Screw the open ACME
nut connection to your propane tank and turn the tank on.
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5. Release propane pressure
The propane regulator / decompression valve is located on
the frame of the generator below the OHV valve cover. Press
the button in the center down 3-5 times for one second to
clear the air from the lines and fill the carburetor.
6. Adjust choke
The choke lever is located above the air filter to the right of
the recoil start. Slide the lever to the right to open the choke
and increase air into the carburetor for normal running.
7. Start
The key switch is located on the left side of the front power
panel. Insert the key and turn to the start position to start
the generator. Allow the key to return to the on position
once started.
8. Turn breaker on / connect
The breaker is located on the right side of the front power
panel. Flip the breaker up to allow power to flow to the
receptacles. Connect your devices to the receptacles on the
front panel. Start with the largest loads first.
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STARTING THE GENERATOR (CONTINUED)
Starting the Generator Using Propane
WARNING: WHEN USING THE GENERATOR WITH LPG, MAKE SURE THERE IS NO
POSSIBLE IGNITION SOURCE CLOSE TO THE GENERATOR.
1. Before using, make sure all of the LPG connectors and hoses are well connected and
sealed.
2. Connect electrical devices to generator ONLY after the engine runs smoothly.
(There may be remnant gasoline in the carburetor; this can cause unsteady engine
performance for several minutes)
3. If the propane gas leaks, shut off the LPG supply first and then quickly unplug or turn
off any electrical devices powered by the unit.
4. When stopping the engine, unplug or turn off any electrical devices, turn off the Main
Circuit Breaker and then turn off the LPG Supply. After the engine has stopped turn
the KEY to ‘OFF” position.
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USING THE GENERATOR
If this is not your first time using the generator there are still steps you should take to prepare it for
operation each time you use it.
IMPORTANT: At this point you should be familiar with the procedures described in the first
portion of this section entitled “GENERATOR SETUP” If you have not yet read this section, go
back and read it now.
USING THE GENERATOR
AC Usage
●● You may connect electrical devices running on AC current according to their wattage
requirements.
●● The chart below shows the rated and surge wattage of your generator according to its model
number.
●● The rated wattage corresponds to the maximum wattage the generator can output on a
continuous basis.
●● The surge wattage corresponds to the maximum amount of power the generator can output for
a short period of time. Many electrical devices such as refrigerators require short bursts of extra
power, in addition the rated wattage listed by the device, to stop and start their motors. The
surge wattage ability of the generator covers this extra power requirement.
Fuel Source
Rated (Running Wattage)
Surge (Peak) Wattage
Gasoline
Propane
9500
8075
12000
10200
The total running wattage requirement of the electrical devices connected to the generator should
not exceed the rated wattage of the generator itself. To calculate the total wattage requirement of
the electrical devices you wish to connect, find the rated (or running) wattage of each device. This
number should be listed somewhere on the device or in its instruction manual.
If you cannot find this wattage, you may calculate it by multiplying the Voltage requirement by the
Amperage drawn: Watts = Volts x Amps. If these specifications are not available you may estimate
the Watts required by your device by using the chart on the next page.
Once you have found the rated wattage requirement of each electrical device, add these numbers
to find the total rated wattage you wish to draw from the generator. If this number exceeds
the rated wattage of the generator, DO NOT connect all these devices. Select a combination of
electrical devices, which has a total rated wattage lower than or equal to the rated wattage of the
generator.
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Tool or Appliance
Rated (Running) Watts
Additional Surge Watts
Electric water heater (40 gal)
4000
0
Hot plate
2500
0
Radial arm saw
2000
2000
Electric Stove
1500
0
Circular Saw
1500
1500
Air compressor (1 HP)
1500
3000
Window air conditioner
1200
1800
Miter saw
1200
1800
Microwave
1000
2000
Well water pump
1000
1500
Reciprocating saw
960
1040
Sump pump
800
1200
Refrigerator freezer
800
1200
Furnace blower
800
1300
Computer
800
0
Electric drill
600
900
Television
500
0
Deep freezer
500
800
Garage door opener
480
600
Stereo
400
0
Box fan
300
600
Clock radio
300
0
Security system
180
0
DVD Player
100
0
Common light bulb
75
0
CAUTION - The generator can only run at its surge wattage capacity for a very short time.
Connect only electrical devices requiring a rated (running) wattage equal to or less than
the rated wattage of the generator. Never connect devices requiring a rated wattage
equal to the surge wattage of the generator.
NOTE: The above wattage figures are estimates only.
Try to check the wattage listed on your electrical devices before consulting this chart.
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USING THE GENERATOR (CONTINUED)
Connecting a load to the generator
NOTE: Be sure to attach devices to the correct receptacle (outlet).
●● 120v devices can be directly connected to the 120v ONLY receptacles.
●● 120v devices can be connected to the 120/240v receptacle using an appropriate adapter.
●● 240v devices can ONLY be connected the 240v receptacle.
CAUTION: Do not connect 50Hz or 3-phase loads to the generator.
1. Plug in devices
Plug in devices to the appropriate receptacle. When using
the generator in 120/240v mode, balance the load as closely
as possible. Placing more load on one side of the circuit will
reduce the breaker trip period.
2. Turn breaker on
Flip the circuit breaker up to the on position to allow power to
the receptacles.
3. Turn on connected devices
Start or turn on appliances starting with the biggest loads
first.
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Voltage Selector Switch
This generator features Power Boost Technology, which gives the user
the ability to double the power in the generator for more heavy duty
applications.
POWER BOOST
The voltage selector switches the dual 120v AC windings of the generator
TECHNOLOGY
to produce “120V ONLY” or “120/240V”. If a 240V appliance is connected
to the 4-prong receptacle, the switch must be in the “120/240V” position.
If only 120V appliances are being connected to the generator select the
“120V ONLY” position to double the 120v amperage and automatically balance the load.
WARNING - Only change the Voltage Selector Switch with the main AC Circuit Breaker
OFF. The generator can be seriously damaged if the Voltage Selector Switch is changed
with the breaker ON.
Choosing the right power cord
Long or thin cords can drain the power provided to an electrical device by the generator. When
using such cords, allow for a slightly higher rated wattage requirement for the electrical device. See
table below for recommended cords based on the power requirement of the electrical device.
DEVICE REQUIREMENTS
WIRE GAUGE BY LENGTH (ft.)
AMPS
WATTS (120/240V)
10
25
50
100
150
5
600/1200
18
16
14
12
10
10
1200/2400
16
14
12
10
8
15
1800/3600
14
12
10
8
6
20
2400/4800
12
10
8
6
4
25
3000/6000
10
8
6
4
4
30
3600/7200
8
6
4
4
NR
40
4800/9600
6
4
4
NR
NR
50
6000/1200
4
4
2
NR
NR
*NR = NOT RECOMMENDED
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USING THE GENERATOR (CONTINUED)
DC Usage
CAUTION: The DC receptacle is for recharging 12 Volt automotive-type batteries
only. Do not connect any other device to this receptacle.
CAUTION: Never try to jump start a car with your generator.
1. Connect the battery
Connect one charging wire to the positive terminal on the
battery and the other charging wire to the negative terminal
on the battery.
2. Connect positive receptacle
Connect the free end of the positive wire to the positive
receptacle (outlet) on the generator.
3. Start Generator
The key switch is located on the left side of the front power
panel. Insert the key and turn to the start position to start
the generator. Allow the key to return to the run position
once started.
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4. Connect negative receptacle
Carefully connect the free end of the negative wire to the
negative receptacle on the generator.
5. Disconnecting
When disconnecting, always disconnect the wires from the
generator first to avoid a spark.
DANGER - Stored batteries emit highly explosive hydrogen gas when charged.
Batteries also contain acid, which can cause severe chemical burns.
DANGER - Do not allow open flames or cigarettes nearby for several minutes after
charging a battery.
DANGER - Always wear protective goggles and rubber gloves when charging a
battery.
DANGER - If battery acid gets on your skin, flush with water. If battery acid gets in
your eyes, flush with water and call a physician immediately.
DANGER - If battery acid is swallowed, drink large quantities of milk and call a
Physician immediately.
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MAINTENANCE AND CARE
Proper maintenance and storage of your generator is essential to ensure trouble free use of your
generator when you need it.
By following the maintenance and care requirements, you can keep your generator running
smooth and efficient for years to come.
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MAINTENANCE AND CARE
Proper routine maintenance of your generator is essential for safe, economical, and trouble-free
operation. It will also help reduce air pollution.
WARNING: Improper maintenance, or failure to correct a problem before operation, can
cause a malfunction in which you can be seriously injured or killed. Always follow the
inspection and maintenance recommendations and schedules in this instruction manual.
●● Make sure the engine is off before you begin any maintenance or repairs.
●● Let the engine and exhaust system cool before touching.
●● To reduce the possibility of fire or explosion, be careful when working around
gasoline. Use only a nonflammable solvent, not gasoline, to clean parts. Keep
cigarettes, sparks, and flames away from all fuel related parts.
Maintenance Schedule
Remember that this schedule is based on the assumption that your machine will be used for its
designed purpose. Sustained high-load, high temperature operation, or use in unusually wet or
dusty conditions, will require more frequent service.
REGULAR SERVICE PERIOD
SERVICE
ENGINE OIL
AIR CLEANER
SEDIMENT CUP
SPARK PLUG
SPARK ARRESTOR
IDLE SPEED
VALVE CLEARANCE
COMBUSTION
CHAMBER
FUEL TANK / FILTER
FUEL TUBE
BEFORE
EACH USE
CHECK
CHANGE
CHECK
CHANGE
CLEAN
CLEANADJUST
REPLACE
CLEAN
CHECK /
ADJUST
CHECKADJUST
CLEAN
CLEAN
CHECK
EVERY MO. OR EVERY 3 MO. OR EVERY 6 MO. OR
20 HRS
50 HRS
100 HRS
EVERY 12 MO.
OR 300 HRS
500 HOURS
EVERY 24 MO. (REPLACE IF NECESSARY)
TO BE PERFORMED AT EVERY MONTH INDICATED OR HOUR INTERVAL WHICH EVER COMES FIRST
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MAINTENANCE LOG
Date
Generator Hours
Maintenance Performed
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MAINTENANCE AND CARE (CONTINUED)
Checking the oil
1. Check the oil
The generator is equipped with an automatic shutoff to
protect it from damage due to low oil. Nonetheless, you
should check the oil level of the engine before each use to
ensure that the engine crankcase has a sufficient amount.
To check the oil level:
a.
Make sure the generator is on a level surface.
b.
Unscrew the oil filler/dipstick cap.
c.
With a dry cloth, wipe the oil off of the stick on the
inside of the cap.
d.
Insert the dipstick as if you were replacing the
cap and then remove again. There should now be
oil on the stick. If there is no oil on the stick, or oil
only at the very end of the stick, you should add
oil until the engine crankcase is filled (see “Adding
Oil” portion of the “Maintenance” section).
e.
Be sure to replace the cap when finished checking
oil.
NOTE: The oil capacity for your generator can be found in
the “Specifications” section of this manual.
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Changing the oil
Worn out or dirty oil does not cool the generator properly and can lead to catastrophic engine
damage.
In addition to regular oil changes, it is necessary to drain the oil from the crankcase if it has
become contaminated with water or dirt.
2. Remove drain plug
Using a 10 mm hex wrench, unscrew the oil drain plug, which
is located on the crankcase underneath the oil filler/dipstick
cap.
Allow all the oil to drain from the generator.
2. Drain oil
Drain oil into an approved oil disposal container. Contact
your local auto parts store for information on oil disposal.
3. Replace drain plug
Replace the oil drain plug and tighten with a 10 mm hex
wrench.
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MAINTENANCE AND CARE (CONTINUED)
Cleaning the air filter
Routine maintenance of the air cleaner helps maintain proper airflow to the carburetor. Check
that the air cleaner is free of excessive dirt after every use.
Note: Improper maintenance may cause less air to enter the engine or dirty air to enter the
engine causing overheating and engine wear.
1. Open filter cover
Unhinge the clasps at the top and bottom of the air cleaner
cover.
2. Remove filter element
Remove the sponge-like elements from the casing.
3. Wipe out filter casing
Wipe the dirt from inside the empty air cleaner casing.
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4. Wash filter element
Wash the sponge-like elements in household dish detergent
and warm water.
5. Dry filter element
Allow the elements to dry completely.
6. Add engine oil to elements
Soak the dry elements in a small amount of engine oil. Ring
out any excess oil.
7. Replace elements in casing
Replace the sponge-like elements in the air cleaner casing and
replace the cover.
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MAINTENANCE AND CARE (CONTINUED)
Spark Plug Maintenance
The spark plug is important for proper engine operation. A good spark plug should be intact,
free of deposits, and properly gapped.
Improper maintenance may cause reduced fuel economy, misfires, trouble starting, or damage
to the spark plug threads.
1. Remove spark plug cap
Pull on the spark plug cap to remove it.
2. Remove spark plug
Unscrew the spark plug from the generator using the spark
plug wrench included with this product.
3. Inspect spark plug
Visually inspect the spark plug. If it is cracked or chipped,
discard and replace with a new spark plug. We recommend
using a F6RTC spark plug such as NGK BPR5ES.
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4. Measure plug gap
Measure the plug gap with a gauge. The gap should be 0.7-0.8
mm (0.028-0.031 in).
5. Clean and re-gap
If you are re-using the spark plug, use a wire brush to clean
any dirt from around the spark plug base and then re-gap the
spark plug.
6. Replace spark plug
Screw the spark plug back into its place on the generator
using the spark plug wrench.
7. Replace spark plug cap
Replace the spark plug cap.
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MAINTENANCE AND CARE (CONTINUED)
Emptying the Gas Tank
Before storing your generator for extended periods of time, you should drain your generator of
gasoline.
CAUTION: Do not store fuel from one season to another. Gasoline sold at the pump
today contains additives such as ethanol that even when stored properly may
damage the fuel system components.
1. Shut fuel valve off
Turn the fuel valve to the “OFF” position.
2. Remove fuel filter cup
Remove the fuel filter cup (see “Removing the Fuel Filter Cup”
earlier in this section.
3. Empty fuel filter cup
Empty the fuel filter cup of any fuel.
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4. Drain gas from generator
With a receptacle underneath the generator to catch the gas,
turn the fuel valve to the “ON” position. Drain all the gas from
the generator.
5. Shut fuel valve off
Turn the fuel valve to the “OFF” position.
6. Replace fuel filter cup
Reinstall the fuel filter cup.
7. Store emptied gas
Store the emptied gasoline in a suitable place and add fuel
stabilizer to keep fuel fresh and usable.
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MAINTENANCE AND CARE (CONTINUED)
Cleaning the fuel filter cup
1. Shut fuel valve off
Turn the fuel valve to the “OFF” position.
2. Remove fuel filter cup
Unscrew the fuel filter cup from the fuel valve using a wrench.
Turn the valve towards you to unscrew
3. Clean filter cup
Clean the cup of all sediment using a rag or brush.
4. Replace fuel filter cup
Reinstall the fuel filter cup.
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Storage and Transportation
CAUTION: Never place any type of storage cover on the generator while it is still
hot.
When transporting your generator:
●● Empty the gas tank (see “Emptying the Gas Tank” in the “Maintenance” section).
●● Disconnect the spark plug.
●● Do not obstruct any ventilation openings & keep the generator in a cool dry area.
Storage Period
Storage Preparation
If you plan on starting
the same day.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Turn off the main breaker.
Allow the unit to run 3 - 5 minutes.
Turn off the key.
Store.
If you plan on starting
the unit again within
30 days.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Turn off the main breaker.
Allow the unit to run 3 - 5 minutes.
Turn off the fuel valve.
Allow the unit to stall out.
Turn off the key.
Add fuel stabilizer to the gas remaining in the tank.
Store.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Turn off the main breaker.
Allow the unit to run 3 - 5 minutes.
Turn off the fuel valve.
Allow the unit to stall out.
Turn off the key.
Drain the fuel tank (See “Emptying the Gas Tank” in the “Maintenance” section)
Drain the carburetor
a.
Remove the drain bolt from the carburetor.
b.
Drain the small amount of remaining fuel from the carburetor bowl.
Oil the cylinder
a.
Remove the spark plug.
b.
Put 2 tbsp. of 10w30 motor oil directly into the spark plug hole
c.
Pull the recoil start one time.
d.
Replace the plug.
Remove the battery and place on tender indoors.
If you do not plan to
start the unit for
longer than 30 days.
8.
9.
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SPECIFICATIONS
AC Rated Wattage (Gasoline)
9500W
AC Rated Wattage (Propane)
8075W
AC Surge Wattage (Gasoline)
12000W
AC Surge Wattage (Propane)
10200W
AC Rated Voltage
120/240V
AC Rated Frequency
60 Hz
AC Phase
Single
DC Voltage
12V
DC Amperage
8.3A
Dimensions
LENGTH
28in.
WIDTH
22in.
HEIGHT
23in.
Engine Type
4-Stroke OHV Forced-Air
Ignition System
Non-Contact Transistor
Displacement
458cc
Starting Type
Electric
Fuel Tank Capacity
7.9 US Gal. (30L)
Oil Capacity
37 fl. oz. (1.1L)
Run Time @ 50% (Gasoline)
10 hr.
Run Time @ 50% (Propane)
5 hr. (5 Gallon)
Noise Level
<74db
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TROUBLESHOOTING
This section of the manual is to help you troubleshoot problems with your generator.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Mode
Engine will not start
Engine runs, but there
is no electrical output
Generator runs, but
does not support all
electrical devices
connected
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Description
Engine Switch is “Off”
Set engine switch to “run”
Fuel Valve is “Closed”
Turn fuel valve to “open”
Choke is open
Close the choke
Engine is out of fuel
Add fuel
Fuel is old or contaminated
Change fuel
Spark Plug is dirty
Clean spark plug
Spark Plug is broken
Replace spark plug
Generator is not level
Move generator to a level
surface
Oil is low.
Add / change oil
Circuit Breaker is “Off”
Turn “on” circuit breaker
Wiring connection is bad
Replace extension cord(s)
Device connected to generator
is Malfunctioning
Disconnect malfunctioning
device
Generator is overloaded
Disconnect 1 or more items to
reduce the load
Device connected to generator
is bad
Disconnect malfunctioning
device
Air Cleaner is Dirty.
Clean / replace the air filter
Changing / Inspecting the Carbon Brushes
The carbon brushes in conjunction with the AVR regulates power from the generator. The
carbon brushes are wearable parts and should be inspected every 250 running hours.
1. Remove generator cover
Remove the 2 bolts of the generator cover then pull the cover
off the generator.
2. Remove bolt from brush
Remove the bolt holding the carbon brush.
3. Disconnect AVR wires
Remove the two wires from the AVR on the carbon brush
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TROUBLESHOOTING (CONTINUED)
Changing / Inspecting the Carbon Brushes (Cont.)
4. Install new brush
Install new carbon brush with bolt.
5. Connect AVR wires
Insert and connect the 2 wires from the AVR, be sure to connect
+ and – correctly.
6. Replace generator cover
Replace the back cover of the generator and secure with the
2 bolts.
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Changing / Inspecting the AVR
The carbon brushes in conjunction with the AVR regulates power from the generator. If the
generator is overheated or overloaded, the AVR may be damaged and require replacement.
1. Remove generator cover
Remove the 2 bolts of the generator cover then pull the cover
off the generator.
2. Remove AVR bolts
Remove the 2 bolts holding the AVR.
3. Disconnect AVR wire clip
Disconnect the wire clip.
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TROUBLESHOOTING (CONTINUED)
Changing / Inspecting the AVR (Continued)
4. Disconnect wires from brush
Remove the 2 wires from the AVR on the carbon brush.
5. Install new AVR
Install the new AVR with the 2 bolts.
6. Reconnect wires to brush
Reconnect the wire clip.
7. Reconnect the AVR wire clip
Insert and connect the 2 wires from the AVR, be sure to
connect + and – correctly.
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8. Replace generator cover
Replace the back cover of the generator and secure with the
2 bolts.
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WIRING DIAGRAM
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WARRANTY
3-year Warranty
All DuroMax/DuroStar Power Equipment warrant the original purchasers to a 3-year Parts Warranty
(Residential Use ONLY: Unusually heavy or commercial use is covered for a period of 1-year) in
the event of failure due to defects in electrical or mechanical components. Freight on any items
submitted for replacement or repair under the Warranty are the responsibility of the equipment
owner. This warranty is non-transferable and only valid to the original purchaser.
Warranty Exclusions
The DuroMax/DuroStar Power Equipment warranty does not cover repairs or returns when
the fault is: Normal Wear and Tear, Installation Use or Maintenance Services, Cosmetic defects,
Accessories, Failures due to acts of God or Natural Disasters, or problems related to/from
aftermarket or non-OEM parts.
Warranty Limitations
DuroMax/DuroStar Power Equipment does not claim or hold any obligation to loss of time, freight
charges, use of product, or any incidental damages from the use of this product. THIS WARRANTY
IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED.
U.S. EPA AND CALIFORNIA EMISSIONS CONTROL WARRANTY STATEMENT
YOUR WARRANTY RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), California Air Resources Board, and Imperial
Industrial Supply Co. LTD. / DuroMax Power Equipment are pleased to explain the emissions
control system’s warranty on your 2017 small off-road engine. In California, new equipment that
use small off-road engines must be designed, built, and equipped to meet the State’s stringent antismog standards. DuroMax Power Equipment must warrant the emissions control system on your
small off-road engine for the period listed below provided there has been no abuse, neglect, or
improper maintenance of your equipment.
Your emissions control system may include parts such as: carburetors or the fuel injection system,
ignition system, catalytic converters, fuel tanks, valves, filters, clamps, connectors, and other
associated components. Also, included may be hoses, belts, connectors, sensors, and other
emission-related assemblies.
Where a warrantable condition exists, DuroMax Power Equipment will repair your small off-road
engine at no cost to you including diagnosis, parts, and labor.
MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY COVERAGE:
This emissions control system is warranted for two years. If any emissions-related part on your
equipment is defective, the part will be repaired or replaced by DuroMax Power Equipment.
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OWNER’S WARRANTY RESPONSIBILITIES:
●● As the small off-road engine owner, you are responsible for performance of the required
maintenance listed in your owner’s manual. DuroMax Power Equipment recommends that you
retain all receipts covering maintenance on your small off-road engine, but DuroMax Power
Equipment cannot deny warranty solely for the lack of receipts or your failure to ensure the
performance of all scheduled maintenance.
●● As the small off-road engine owner, you should however be aware that the DuroMax Power
Equipment may deny you warranty coverage if your small off-road engine or a part has failed
due to abuse, neglect, or improper maintenance or unapproved modifications.
●● You are responsible for presenting your small off-road engine to a DuroMax Power Equipment
distribution center or service center as soon as the problem exists. The warranty repairs should
be completed in a reasonable amount of time, not to exceed 30 days.
●● If you have any questions regarding your warranty coverage, contact us at 800-629-3325 or
email support@duromaxpowerequipment.com.
DEFECTS WARRANTY REQUIREMENTS:
The warranty period begins on the date the engine or equipment is delivered to an ultimate
purchaser and extends for a period of Two Years.
GENERAL EMISSIONS WARRANTY COVERAGE:
DuroMax Power Equipment warrants to the ultimate purchaser and each subsequent owner that
the engine or equipment is:
1. Designed, built, and equipped to conform with all applicable regulations adopted by the Air
Resources Board; and
2. Free from defects in materials and workmanship that causes the failure of a warranted part for
a period of two years.
The warranty on emissions-related parts will be interpreted as follows:
1. Any warranted part that is not scheduled for replacement as required maintenance in the
Owner’s Manual must be warranted for the warranty period stated above. If any such part fails
during the period of warranty coverage, it must be repaired or replaced by the manufacturer
according to Subsection (4) below. Any such part repaired or replaced under the warranty must
be warranted for the remaining warranty period.
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WARRANTY (CONTINUED)
2. Any warranted part that is scheduled only for regular inspection in the Owner’s Manual must be
warranted for the warranty period stated above. A statement in such written instructions to the
effect of “repair or replace as necessary” will not reduce the period of warranty coverage. Any
such part repaired or replaced under warranty must be warranted for the remaining warranty
period.
3. Any warranted part that is scheduled for replacement as required maintenance in the Owner’s
Manual must be warranted for the period prior to the first scheduled replacement point for
that part. If the part fails prior to the first scheduled replacement, the part must be repaired or
replaced by the engine manufacturer according to Subsection (4) below. Any such part repaired
or replaced under warranty must be warranted for the remainder of the period prior to the first
scheduled replacement point for the part.
4. Repair or replacement of any warranted part under the warranty must be performed at no
charge to the owner at a warranty station.
5. Notwithstanding the provisions of Subsection (4) above, warranty services or repairs must be
provided at all manufacturer distribution centers that are franchised to service the subject
engines.
6. The owner must not be charged for diagnostic labor that leads to the determination that
a warranted part is in fact defective, provided that such diagnostic work is performed at a
warranty station.
7. The manufacturer is liable for damages to other engine components proximately caused by a
failure under warranty of any warranted part.
8. Throughout the emissions warranty period stated above, the manufacturer must maintain a
supply of warranted parts sufficient to meet the expected demand for such parts.
9. Any replacement part may be used in the performance of any warranty maintenance or repairs
and must be provided without charge to the owner.
a. Such use will not reduce the warranty obligations of the manufacturer.
10.Add-on or modified parts that are not exempted by the Air Resources Board may not be used.
The use of any nonexempt add-on or modified parts will be grounds for disallowing a warranty
claim. The manufacturer will not be liable to warrant failures of warranted parts caused using a
nonexempt add-on or modified part.
11.The manufacturer issuing the warranty shall provide any documents that describe that
manufacturer’s warranty procedures or policies within five working days of request by the Air
Resources Board.
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Exhaust Emission Warranty Parts List.
1.
Fuel Metering System
i.
Carburetor and internal parts (and/or
pressure regulator or fuel injection
system).
ii.
Air/fuel ratio feedback and control
system.
iii.
Cold start enrichment system.
2.
Air Induction System
i.
Controlled hot air intake system.
ii.
Intake manifold.
3.
Ignition System
i.
Spark Plugs.
ii.
Magneto or electronic ignition system.
iii.
Spark advance/retard system.
4.
Air Injection System
i.
Air pump or pulse valve.
ii.
Valves affecting distribution of flow.
iii.
Distribution manifold.
5.
Catalyst or Thermal Reactor System (i)
Catalytic converter.
i.
Thermal reactor.
ii.
Exhaust manifold.
6.
Particulate Controls
7.
Traps, filters, precipitators, and any other
device used to capture particulate
emissions.
8.
Electronic controls.
9.
Vacuum, temperature, and time sensitive
valves and switches.
10. Hoses, belts, connectors, and assemblies.
11. Evaporative Emission Warranty Part List
i.
Fuel Tank*
ii.
Fuel Cap
iii.
Fuel Line
iv.
Fuel Line Fittings
v.
Clamps**
vi.
Pressure Relief Valves**
vii. Control Valves**
viii. Control Solenoids**
ix.
Electronic Controls**
x.
Vacuum Control Diaphragms**
xi.
Control Cables**
xii. Control Linkages**
xiii. Purge Valves
xiv. Vapor Hoses
xv. Liquid/Vapor Separator
xvi. Carbon Canister
xvii. Canister Mounting Brackets
xviii. Carburetor Purge Port Connector
*Note: The parts list for equipment less than or equal to 80 cc only includes the fuel tank.
**Note: As they relate to the evaporative emission control system.
DuroMax Power Equipment will furnish with each new engine written instructions for the
maintenance and use of the engine by the owner.
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CUSTOMER SERVICE
Duromax Power Equipment is comitted to ensuring that our products perform when they need
to. Our generators are your lifeline in the event of an emergency. Should you have any problems,
please contact our customer service department:
DUROMAX POWER EQUIPMENT
5798 Ontario Mills Parkway
Ontario, CA 91764
Customer Service: 800-623-3325
Customer Service Hours: 8-5pm PST
Website: www.duromaxpowerequipment.com
Email: customer_service@duromaxpowerequipment.com
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5798 Ontario Mills Parkway
Ontario, CA 91764
United States
800-629-3325