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Old 08-12-2022, 02:31 PM   #1
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Does anyone one have a Power Tech Generator that does not overheat and shut down in their RV????
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I have one that does not overheat. It is in a 2003 Dutch Star. Power Tech has been great with parts and customer service in my experience.

The problem Iíve run into is that in the years that ours were built they did not have/use build sheets. The same model can have different belts depending which squirrel cage fan they decided to use, etc.

When I changed the coolant the first time it was a pain to get it refilled to the proper level.
This last time easy as I pulled the generator out to change the belts.

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