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Old 06-03-2011, 09:30 AM   #1
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Generac 40g 3,600 w MUFFLER part?

While exercising generator (running a/c) and walking around from storage bin I could hear a rattling noise which stopped suddenly as a 2"(approximately) tube with with a conical shaped wire mesh object fell from the generator muffler pipe. That was the rattling noise I presume I was hearing as it came loose. I found screw. Guess I can just re-insert with new screw and maybe some lok-tite?
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ToledoCharli,

Generac is one of the least expensive generators for full RV use.
Make sure you use lok-tite for high temp useage.
I believe the screen is a spark arrestor and should be reinstalled.
While you're at it, tighten all nuts and bolts that you find loose to prolong gen. life.

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Bounder General-By your reply could it be further stated that perhaps thier might also be brands more dependable, more effecient etc?
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Bounder General-By your reply could it be further stated that perhaps thier might also be brands more dependable, more effecient etc?
The answer is, unequivocally, Yes

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