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Subject: 12.5 kw generator


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re brake
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Date Posted: 12/ 13/ 05, 7:10pm

I was running my generator the other day, ran for about 15 minutes and shut itself down. water was coming out under the radiator cap. I assumed overheating, first time ever happened, i let it cool and started it again ( after adding antifreeze and water) the electric fan is not turning. has this ever happed to anyone? I will check voltage to it saturday when i have time to work on it before dark.The motor is thermonstaticly protected but i am not sure how. does anyoneknow where to get manuals forthis unit, i will buy them or send youa deposit so i can have any books copied and returned to you

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[> Subject: Re: 12.5 kw generator


Author:
Leroy Eckert
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Date Posted: 01/ 9/ 06, 6:21pm

Is this a Powertech generator? What year?

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[> Subject: Re: 12.5 kw generator


Author:
ernie ekberg
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Date Posted: 01/ 10/ 06, 4:13pm

Check the breakers on the generator control box. If one is tripped, there will be nooo 240 volts to the fan. Ernie

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