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Old 10-23-2014, 06:45 AM   #15
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Make sure you have enough gas in the tank of the motorhome as the generator won't run if less than about 1/4 tank. Since it sounds like this unit may have been sitting it may not have enough gas in the tank to keep the generator running.

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Thanks has plenty of fuel and oil. If fault code is believable it's the circuit board. I have ordered a new one OUCH!
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Old 10-25-2014, 07:53 AM   #16
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Make sure you have enough gas in the tank of the motorhome as the generator won't run if less than about 1/4 tank. Since it sounds like this unit may have been sitting it may not have enough gas in the tank to keep the generator running.

Just a thought.
It was the circuit board. No easy or cheap fix but it's working after I swapped it out. Changed fuel filter while I had access. Was running fine yesterday but it's a new day. Hopefully everything is fixed.
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