Quiet DieselE Series Operation, Maintenance and Parts

Quiet DieselE Series Operation, Maintenance and Parts
Quiet DieselE Series Operation, Maintenance and Parts
! CAUTION Do not continue cranking and risk
burning out the starter or flooding the engine
(exhaust flow during cranking is too low to expel
water from the exhaust system). Find out why
the generator does not start and repair as necessary.
5. If the generator shuts down, the amber status
lamp will blink a shutdown code. See SHUTDOWN
CODES below.
PRE-START CHECKS
Before the first start of the day and after every eight
hours of operation:
1. Check for proper oil and coolant levels.
2. Check for fuel, coolant and water leaks, mechanical
damage, loose parts, damaged exhaust hose, loose
or corroded battery connections, clogged sea water
strainer, and CO monitors that don’t work. Service
as necessary.
3. Check for swimmers that might be exposed to the
engine exhaust.
4. Turn off air conditioners and other large appliances.
STOPPING THE GENERATOR
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Turn off air conditioners and other large appliances and
let the generator run for two minutes to cool down.
Then touch the Control Switch to STOP (Prime).
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STARTING THE GENERATOR
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1. Push and hold the control switch at START (Preheat) until the generator starts. The amber status
lamp on the control switch will blink rapidly.* The
amber lamp will go out and the green run lamp on
the switch will light after the starter has disconnected and the engine is up to speed. (Depending
on how cold the engine is, preheat can take as long
as 15 seconds before cranking starts.)
2. For longer engine life, let the engine warm up for two
minutes before turning on air conditioners and other
large appliances.
3. Check for water, coolant, fuel and exhaust leaks.
Stop the generator immediately if there is a leak.
! WARNING Fuel and exhaust leaks can lead to
severe personal injury or death. Shut down the
generator immediately. Repair fuel leaks immediately. Do not run the generator until fuel and
exhaust leaks have been repaired.
4. If the generator fails to start, cranking will discontinue in 20 to 60 seconds, depending on how cold
the engine is, and the amber status lamp will blink
Shutdown Code No. 4. See Troubleshooting (Operator’s Manual) if the generator does not start after
two or three tries.
SHUTDOWN CODES
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If the generator ran out of fuel, push the control switch
to STOP (Prime) and hold for at least 30 seconds.
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PRIMING THE FUEL SYSTEM
The amber status lamp will blink if the generator shuts
down. It will blink 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 7 times, pause, and then
repeat the blinking. The number of blinks is the shutdown code. Blinking continues for five minutes and
stops. To restore blinking press the control switch to
STOP (Prime) until the amber lamp comes on (3 to 4
seconds). Then press STOP (Prime) three times to restores blinking.
• One blink indicates shutdown due to high engine
temperature.
• Two blinks indicate shutdown due to low oil pressure.
• Three blinks indicate shutdown that may require
service. See Troubleshooting in the Operator’s
Manual.
• Four blinks indicate shutdown due to a failure to
start within the time allowed for cranking.
• Five blinks indicate shutdown because carbon
monoxide was detected.
• Seven blinks indicate shutdown due to a loss of
raw water flow for engine and exhaust cooling.
See Troubleshooting in the Operator’s Manual for
more information.
CUMMINS ONAN DIGITAL DISPLAY
See the generator Operator’s Manual for details.
* The green run lamp and gauges will also flash momentarily.
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PERIODIC MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
General Inspection1
MDKBH
MDKBK, MDKBL, MDKBM, MDKBN,
MDKBP, MDKBR, MDKBS, MDKBV
MDKBT, MDKBU
MDDCA, MDDCB, MDDCC, MDDCD,
MDDCE, MDDCF, MDDCG, MDDCH,
MDDCJ
Every day, 8 Hrs
Every day, 8 Hrs
Every day, 8 Hrs
Every day, 8 Hrs
Monthly, 100 Hrs
Monthly, 100 Hrs
Monthly, 100 Hrs
Monthly, 100 Hrs
First 50 Hrs − Yearly, 200 Hrs
First 50 Hrs − Yearly, 200 Hrs
First 50 Hrs − Yearly, 350 Hrs
First 50 Hrs − Yearly, 350 Hrs
Yearly, 200 Hrs
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Check Battery2
Check V−Belt Tension3
Drain Water from Fuel Filters (Primary or Secondary)
Check Siphon Break
Change Oil/Oil Filter
Check Brushes & Slip Rings4
Change Fuel Filter
Yearly, 500 Hrs
Replace Pump Impeller
Yearly, 500 Hrs
Yearly, 500 Hrs
800 Hrs
800 Hrs
1000 Hrs
2 Yrs
2 Yrs
2 Yrs
5 Yrs, 2000 Hrs
5 Yrs, 2000 Hrs
5 Yrs, 2000 Hrs
5 Yrs, 2000 Hrs
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−
−
Yearly, 700 Hrs
Replace Zinc Anode
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Adjust Valve Lash4
Change Coolant, Pressure Cap & Thermostat
Change Generator Bearing(s) & Drive
Belt4
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Yearly, 350 Hrs
Check Air Filter
Yearly, 500 Hrs
2 Yrs, 2100 Hrs
1. Includes Oil Level, Coolant Level, Fuel System, Exhaust System, Battery, and Sea Water Strainer Checks
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2. See battery manufacturer recommendations
3. Check for slippage, cracking and wear (pump drive belt only)
MDKBH
MDKBP, MDKBR, MDKBS,
MDKBV
Oil Filter
185−7444
185−5835
122−0810
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122−0906
122−0885
122−0885
Fuel Filter
149−2106
149−2106
149−2106
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149−2804
149−2722 & 149−2723
149−2724 & 149−2725
185−6721 (if included)
123−2327
123−2246
123−2246
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MAINTENANCE PARTS
MDKBK, MDKBL, MDKBM,
MDKBN
541−1521
541−1316
132−0436
132−0436
185−5990
333−0745
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MDDCA, MDDCB, MDDCC,
MDDCF, MDDCG
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MDKBT, MDKBU
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Crankcase Breather
MDDCD, MDDCE, MDDCH,
MDDCJ
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185−6721 (spec A only)
541−1524
541−1519
12V Glow Plugs1
185−5421
185−5421 (spec A−D)
333−0802 (begin spec E)
24V Glow Plugs1
−
185−7107
185−6725
333−0746
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Zinc Pencil
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130−4434
130−4434
130−4434
130−6228
130−6228
V−Belt
511−0197
185−6934
Note 2
511−0237
511−0215
511−0215
Oil Filter Wrench
420−0577
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−
−
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140−3752
140−3752
100−3478−08
100−3478−52
Note 3
100−3478−60
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Pump Impeller
Air Filter
Cruise Kit
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4. Must be performed by a trained and experienced mechanic (Cummins Onan Distributor or Dealer) in accordance with the engine and generator service manuals
1. Number of glow plugs: 2−MDKBH; 3−MDKBL & MDKBK; 4−MDKBM, MDKBN, MDKBP, MDKBR, MDKBT, MDKBU and MDKBV; 5−MDKBS
2. Negative ground (Option #B200 or B201): 511−0201 (MDKBP, MDKBR, and MDKBV), 185−7055 (MDKBS); isolated ground systems (Option #B379 or B380): 511−0211
3. Negative ground (Option #B200 or B201): 100−3478−54 (MDKBP, MDKBR, and MDKBV), 100−3478−56 (MDKBS); isolated ground systems (Option #B379 or B380): 100-3478-55
ENGINE FLUID CAPACITIES
Printed in U. S. A. 10/08
MDKBT, MDKBU
MDDCA, MDDCB,
MDDCC, MDDCF,
MDDCG
MDDCD, MDDCE,
MDDCH, MDDCJ
12L (12.7Qt)
10.4L (11Qt)
12.6L (13.3Qt)
19.4L (20.5Qt)
7.6L (8Qt)
13.7L (14.5Qt)
14L (15Qt)
30L (32Qt)
MDKBH
MDKBK, MDKBL
MDKBM, MDKBN
MDKBP, MDKBR
MDKBS
Oil
2.1L (2.2Qt)
4.0L (4.2Qt)
4.3L (4.5Qt)
7.6L (8Qt)
Coolant
2.1L (2.2Qt)
4.0L (4.2Qt)
5.0L (5.3Qt)
7.6L (8Qt)
Shipped with 15W40 engine oil and 50/50 water/ethylene glycol coolant
Contact your Cummins Onan Distributor or Dealer for more information.
Cummins Power Generation, 1400 73rd Ave. NE, Minneapolis, MN 55432, USA, Phone 1-763-574-5000, Toll-free 1-800-888-6626,Fax 1-763-574-5298, Email www.cumminsonan.com/contact, www.cumminsonan.com.
Cummins®, Onan®, the “C” logo, “Performance you rely on™” and Quiet Diesel™ are trademarks or registered trademarks of Cummins Inc. ©2008 Cummins Power Generation. All Rights Reserved.
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