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Old 06-17-2014, 06:21 PM   #1
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Talking 1974 Winnie Brave D-21

I just bought my first RV and am excited to get her on the road. She has a Dodge 440 and was in pretty good shape for the year. Low mileage at only 29k. The Generator is at 490 hours and I am having trouble getting it to start. Any help with the Gennie would be greatly appreciated. I have a new fuel pump and fuel filter but it does not seem to make it's way to the carburetor.


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Old 06-19-2014, 01:58 AM   #3
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From one newbie to another; Details on the brand, model, etc. of the generator will pull out the experts. I had a question about my GenSet not long ago and got great info.

My only contribution is to make sure the fuel level in your tank is above 1/2. The generator draw tube is designed so that it will run out of fuel, but you'll still have enough left in the tank to drive quite a long distance. If you've got plenty of fuel, there's the possibility that one of the fuel lines has a crack that is causing the fuel pump to suck air.
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