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Old 11-18-2013, 05:46 PM   #1
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Fuse blowing up soon as you press start - Onan

Hi folks, I'm new here and new to Rvying- only 1 month.

I bought a 1998 Newmar Kountry Aire -37', Generator running good, when i was cleaning it when I first had it , it ran for 6 hours off of gennie.

after 2 weeks , i tried to start gennie, it wont start. remote start wont do a thing, so I tried the one right by the gennie... it blows the fuse even before you hear it turns or cranks.. I thought its the switch circuit board so I replaced for from ebay bought it for $130. soon i replaced it, it still same thing. it keeps on blowing up the fuse before it even crank.

you think flight systems can help?

fuse is 10amps -250v
its a 7k Onan..

please help

Thanks a lot

Joel
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Joel,
I had a similar problem.... Cleaned up ground cable re-installed and then it was ok. Hope this could be a quick fix for you as well.
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Will your generator model give you a code if you hold down the start button on the generator? That is what I had to do when mine would not start. It will flash once or twice for a one or two and then several times for the second number. Call Onan and give them the code and they can tell you what the problem is. Hope this helps.
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i will try both ,, thanks much
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Will your generator model give you a code if you hold down the start button on the generator? That is what I had to do when mine would not start. It will flash once or twice for a one or two and then several times for the second number. Call Onan and give them the code and they can tell you what the problem is. Hope this helps.
i think my generator model does not flash the code..it has nowhere to show the code
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