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Old 09-22-2014, 07:23 AM   #15
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Thanks. Good Tip.
Your welcome. And be shore to run the generator under at least 1/2 load every month for 15 min+ and use STABLE in your fuel to keep water out of your tank. Running the generator helps to dry it out and keeps corrosion down and the bearings free. Doing maintenance will extend the life of it. Get the maintenance manual if you don't have it.
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Old 09-22-2014, 07:36 AM   #16
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If you want to replace it,just take it to your local auto parts store. ie. NAPA.
Its a standard filter used on carburetors.
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Wanting to get my genset operational today, I went to the Cummins dealer today and bought the fuel line adapter. They did confirm my unit came with (2) fuel filters when built. They had to do some research, but also confirmed the upper most filter on the carb is no longer used. they sold me the part I needed for $19 and some change. The new piece comes with sealing compound on the threads and does not need any pipe dope. I am going to install it tomorrow.

Cummins part #A029S253

Thank you to everyone for helping me to figure this out!
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I just love the Cummins folks. The always come through for me. Glad the fix is so easy.
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