Started by sasktrini, December 08, 2014, 05:26 PM
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Quote from: Rickf1985 on December 10, 2014, 07:22 AMMake sure the choke is closed and stays closed during cranking. also unplug the genny from the camper or if it is hardwired turn off the breaker so that when it starts it does not immediately have to provide a load.
Quote from: tiinytina on December 09, 2014, 06:58 AMI usually have to crank Gone's genny for quite a while as in 15-30 seconds at a time 10+ times, when its cold... She won't crank from the dash switch unless the coach batteries are at near 100% full. In winter having full battery to crank from is also important too older batteries don't produce the "cold cranking amps" needed very well. Cranking from the switch on the genny I use one hand on the switch and another to "goose" the "accelerator". If you do suspect its bad gas pop the line off from your tank and drop it into a gas can of fresh fuel. My in line fuel filter (I installed a clear plastic one) never seems full of fuel but seems to be enough since the generator runs well once started that is.... and finally.. at least on my Onan Emerald 1 there is an altitude adjustment since I pretty much reside at sea level mine is set for that.. Tina
Quote from: Bnova on December 13, 2014, 08:20 PMYup, put a filter on that you can't see the fuel in it and fuel will always flow and you won't have to wonder about that bubble you always see in your see through filter. Seen it plenty of times