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RYOBI RY907022FI Owner Manual
RY907000FI QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
WARNING:
This Quick Reference Guide is not a substitute for reading the operator’s manual. To reduce the risk of injury or death, user must read and understand operator’s manual before using this product. All page references refer to
the operator’s manual.
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WARNING:
Do not connect to a building’s electrical
system unless the generator and transfer
switch have been properly installed and
the electrical output has been verified by
a qualified electrician. The connection
must isolate the generator power from
utility power and must comply with all
applicable laws and electrical codes.
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.
USING THE GENERATOR
STARTING THE UNIT
IMPORTANT!
Only use OUTSIDE and
far away from windows,
doors, and vents.
3
Add fuel (see page 14).
NOTICE:
Do not use E15 or E85 fuel in this product. It is a violation of federal law and will
damage the unit and void your warranty.
Only use unleaded gasoline containing
up to 10% ethanol.
Slide the lock button down and push the engine
switch to the START position. Engine can also be
started by pulling the recoil starter grip until the
engine runs. The battery may require charging before the generator can be started using either the
engine switch or the recoil starter. (See page 15)
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• Make sure the generator can supply enough continuous (running) and surge (starting) watts for the items you
will power at the same time. See page 9 for how to calculate total amount of power needed.
• Start the generator with nothing connected.
• Plug in and turn on the first load, preferably the largest load you have.
• Permit the generator output to stabilize (engine runs smoothly and attached device operates properly).
LOCK BUTTON
• Plug in and turn on the next load.
• Again, permit the generator to stabilize.
• Repeat previous two steps for each additional load.
IMPORTANT: Never add more loads than the generator capacity. Take special care to consider surge loads in
generator capacity. (See pages 8-9.)
TOOLS NEEDED
STORING THE UNIT
1
Socket Wrench
Phillips Screwdriver
Install the feet (see page 11).
4
When preparing to store the generator, allow the unit to cool for 30 minutes, then follow the guidelines listed on
page 18.
Combination Wrench
TROUBLESHOOTING
FIRST TIME ASSEMBLY
1
Connect devices to be powered by generator by following the steps below (see pages 8-9).
OR PULL RECOIL STARTER
TO START
This is a 4-cycle engine. Do not mix fuel and
lubricant ­together.
Raise and secure the handle (see page 13).
PROBLEM
Engine will not start.
Mix fuel stabilizer with gasoline according to
manufacturer’s directions prior to filling the
tank.
2
Turn the fuel valve to ON and put the engine
switch in the ON position, wait 30 seconds (see
page 15).
FUEL
VALVE ON
2
30 S
Engine hard to start.
Install the wheels (see page 12).
Engine lacks power.
NOTICE:
3
Connect and charge the battery (see pages 12 and 17).
5
The battery may require charging before
the generator can be started using either
the engine switch or the recoil starter.
Add entire bottle of lubricant provided to the
­generator (see page 13).
Electric start feature not
working.
AC receptacle does not work.
Generator makes a “spark
knock” or “pinging” noise.
STOPPING THE UNIT
1
Turn the engine switch to the OFF position
(see page 15).
2
Turn the fuel valve to the OFF position (see page 15).
Set unit on flat surface so engine is level.
Remove dipstick, wipe clean, put back in hole
(but don’t screw in) and check lubricant level.
SOLUTION
Battery is not charged.
Charge the battery.
Check engine indicator light is on.
Contact a qualified service center.
Engine switch is OFF.
Turn engine switch to ON.
No fuel.
Fill fuel tank.
Stale gasoline or water in gasoline.
Drain entire system and refill with fresh fuel.
Lubricant level is low.
Check engine lubrincant level and fill, if
­necessary.
Fuel valve is OFF.
Turn fuel valve ON.
Spark plug faulty, fouled, or improperly
gapped.
Replace spark plug.
Engine stored without treating or draining
gasoline, or refueled with bad gasoline.
Drain fuel and carburetor. Refuel with fresh
gasoline.
Dirty fuel filter.
Replace fuel filter or contact a qualified service
center.
Water in gasoline.
Drain entire system and refill with fresh fuel.
Weak spark at spark plug.
Replace spark plug or contact a qualified
service center.
Dirty air filter.
Check air filter element. Clean or r­ eplace as
needed.
Engine stored without treating or draining
gasoline, or refueled with bad gasoline.
Drain fuel and carburetor. Refuel with fresh
gasoline. If problem continues, contact a
qualified service center.
Battery wires are disconnected.
Connect the battery wires.
Battery is not charged.
Charge the battery.
Engine battery charge circuit fuse is blown.
Replace the engine battery charge circuit fuse.
Circuit breaker is tripped.
Reset the AC circuit breaker.
GFCI is tripped.
Reset the GFCI.
Item plugged in is defective.
Try a different item.
An occasional light “knocking” or “pinging”
under heavy load is not a cause for concern.
However, if the knocking or pinging occurs
under normal load at a steady engine speed,
the problem may be with the brand of gasoline
being used.
Switch to a different brand of gasoline, making
sure that the octane rating is 86 or higher. If
problem continues, contact a qualified service
center.
If problem persists after trying the above solutions, contact customer service or a qualified service center for assistance.
NOTICE:
FUEL
VALVE OFF
ENGINE SWITCH
(OFF POSITION)
POSSIBLE CAUSE
As the equipment owner, you are responsible for the performance of the required maintenance listed in the Maintenance
section. It is recommended that you retain all receipts covering maintenance on your equipment. Neglecting or failing to
perform the required maintenance may increase emissions, decrease fuel efficiency, degrade performance, cause irreversible
engine damage and/or void your warranty.
Make the most of your purchase! Go to www.ryobitools.com and
register your new tool online. For questions about operating or
maintaining your product, please call 1-800-860-4050.
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