20 Most Recent Coleman Powermate Powermate 5000W Generator - Page 8 Questions & Answers


Make sure your gas meter and piping are sized appropriately for the unit.

Coleman... | Answered on Feb 10, 2013


Check to see if the fuel filter is clean or change it. If the screen in the bottom of the gas tank is clogged, that will do it too. If those solutions do not work, check the oil level and condition of oil, if it is low or dirty the low level switch will shut it down.

Coleman... | Answered on Jan 22, 2013


Had this on my Honda genny thought it was override switch turned out to be wire off inside cover of the genny connected back up works like a dream.....Try it, it may solve the problem..

Coleman... | Answered on Dec 31, 2012


If it is the same as mine it is directly under the gas tank. There is a very small knob on the end of the elbow that will turn several revolutions to shut off the fuel.

Coleman... | Answered on Dec 15, 2012


Hi and welcome to FixYa. I am Kelly.

Lets start with the obvious.
1. Check all the fuel lines for cracks at the fittings

If it is leaking from the Carb Float Bowl then there is probably some debris in the needle and seat area.

FUEL SELECTOR "OFF"
- Remove the mounting screws from the float bowl mating area and the bottom nut.
- Using something like a spray can lid hold it under the carb and turn "ON" the FUEL SELECTOR
- Gently raise and lower the FLOAT assy checking to see that fuel flows when lowered and stops when raised level.
- FUEL SELECTOR "OFF"
If it does not stop you will have to remove the Float pivot pin by removing the phillips screw locking the pivot pin in place. Then the Float and needle will drop out down off of the Carb.
- Check the POINTED needle assy rubber area for any signs of unusual wear. If it has any notches in it or is not a smoothe taper to the tip then the needle will have to be replaced. If the needle is damaged, the seat up inside the Carb will also have to be replaced.
- Re-install the needle and float assy making sure to lock the pivot pin with the phillips screw.
NOTE: IF you can to this without removing the whole carb assy it will save you lots of headaces getting linkages correct later.
- FUEL SELECTOR "ON"
- Check float for proper operation
- FUEL SELECTOR "OFF"
- Reinstall the Float bowl NUT (Loose) making sure the gasket is in the proper alignment.
- Install the mounting screws Tighten the Bowl nut
- FUEL SELECTORr "ON"
- Check for leaks of gasket, nut and in general.

This should solve your leak problem.

Thanks for using FixYa.

Kelly



After verifying the operation of the needle and seat assy

Coleman... | Answered on Dec 13, 2012


Check the fuel filter and replace it.

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Coleman... | Answered on Dec 01, 2012


6250 trips out one side 220 with out triping bracker

Coleman... | Answered on Nov 04, 2012

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