Dont know havent spiken to customer as I said in prior post was given a brief description over email.I it is a new unit then it should be under warranty what brand is it
If it is a generac and under warranty he needs to call for someone who does warranty repair.Dont know havent spiken to customer as I said in prior post was given a brief description over email.
I dont normally fix gens. But u have fixed my own small engines ie snowblower lawnmower boat motor. As well as fixing my own vehicles so im Mechanically inclined.
Wasnt sure if anyone has had similar problem I will probably touch base with customer later this afternoon
Most generators have a closed loop electronic governor. There's a governor module somewhere that gets a pulse signal either off a hall effect sensor that sniffs a reluctor on the flywheel or the ignition coil. Usually, subsitution is the best method of troubleshooting these problems as hall-effect sensors wont check out with a meter. I have a digital oscilloscope that i will sometimes use to look for the pulse train if I don't have spare parts to swap out.24 big guy said:I have a customer whos generator is not working properly. They say it's going into over speed. Any thoughts ???