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Are you worried your Generator is running too fast or slow?

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Engines can speed up slightly as they run in. They can also slow down slightly if they need an oil change. If your generator has a voltmeter this is more obvious by the voltage output reading being a bit high or low. If the engine is slow, and needs a service, the voltage will be low. If the engine has bedded in, and running fast, the voltage will be reading a bit high. In both cases, give the engine a full service. If required adjust the engine speed, using the voltmeter to correctly set the speed.

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Generator Servicing is so very important. Let us tell you why...

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Heavy-duty Outdoor Generator & Machinery Covers now in stock! Available in 3 sizes, manufactured with 300 D Polyester, this cover is made to last in all elements, preventing rain and weather from degrading your equipment.We have discounts of 25% - 50% off if you buy more than one!https://www.generatorguru.com/generator-covers/

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The Easy way to test your Generator Alternator on a Brushed AVR unit

We have now had over 500,000 views of our AVR Generator testing video! Years ago, we discovered an easier way to test your portable generator's alternator and attachments! So, we made this video a few years ago to share the discovery. This testing procedure means that you do not need to know the Ohms for [...]

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A Working Generator Voltmeter is Essential

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What our customers say about us.

Don't you love when a customer leaves a review like this!: "After all the repair shops I contacted told me they would not repair my generator because the manufacturer was too unknown (and Chinese). I found GeneratorGuru.com website. They had every manufacturer and every part. The process was easy. The shipment was on-time. The part [...]

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Only fit the correct carb or....

We often get a call from people who have fitted a Carb that looks similar to what was on their Generator. DO NOT DO THIS! Always buy the correct Carb for your equipment. Many look similar but the Jets and set-up are completely different! Using the wrong Carb can result in: 1. Fuel flow being [...]

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First Solar Storms hit Earth, Power Outages Expected

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Deadly blizzards hammer the U.S.

Snow and strong winds have made for treacherous and next to impossible driving conditions in the central U.S. The snowstorm pushed into the region on Monday resulting in icy roads and near zero visibility. Hotels were filling up quickly along major roadways from eastern New Mexico to Kansas as conditions deteriorated. Blizzard conditions also forced the [...]

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Eastern Canada hit by Snow Storms

A deadly snow storm that's been hammering the U.S. hasn't been as powerful on this side of the border. Still, some parts of eastern Ontario and Quebec had to deal with prolonged periods of freezing rain on Wednesday. In some cases, that led to an icy commute and power failures.

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