Learning how to start a gasoline generator
How to install and operate a gasoline generator?
Gasoline generators are one of the types of generators that are considered by buyers in some special uses more than diesel generators.
Gasoline generators are often overlooked because of their smaller size and weight, but there are other reasons to buy a gasoline generator.
In addition to the reasons for purchasing and the advantages of a gasoline generator, in this memo we aim to examine how to install and operate a gasoline generator and explain it in simple and understandable language.
So if you don't have the experience of working with a gasoline generator and now you want to start it, join us step by step until you reach the desired goal.
Before starting the gasoline generator; Preparation
Before the gasoline engine starts and the engine works, you need to go through some steps and pay close attention to some points. Inattention and negligence in some stages of gasoline engine preparation can cause severe damage to the device.
So the first step to creating a more painless work experience is complete preparation. Because our goal is to provide an education for all people with all levels of experience, we will describe all the steps carefully.
The steps for preparing a gasoline generator are as follows. Obviously, the order of the steps must be followed.
In order for your gasoline generator to work properly, you need to pour enough oil into the built-in compartment. This will ensure that the components of the gasoline engine are running smoothly.
To do this, first pay attention to the oil itself. It is best to use pure four-stroke oil without mixing or impurities. First, position your gasoline generator in a stable position and on a level when lying down and standing.
Find the location of the oil spill, which usually has a plastic lid with a special cover and a symbol of oil on it; in most cases, finding it is not difficult at all.
It is best to use equipment such as a funnel to pour oil into your gasoline engine compartment so that you do not have trouble pouring oil. Calmly and slowly drain the oil into the chamber.
It is better to use 10w30 oil. If empty, you may need about 600 milliliters of oil to fill the compartment.
After filling the chamber and making sure of this, be sure to secure the chamber door in place and close it so that we can move on to the next step of starting the gasoline generator.
Now it's time for the next step of preparation, which is to fill the fuel tank. The main fuel for the life of a gasoline generator is definitely gasoline.
Filling the fuel tank is very simple and routine, but even so, we will remind you of some important points in this regard. Never use impure gasoline or solutions such as engine cleaners.
Complementary gasoline may damage your gasoline geneator. Smooth, fuel-free and complementary gasoline is all your engine needs. Don't forget not to ignite sources or smoke on your own while draining gasoline in the tank.
Occasionally there is a residual odor on gasoline, which can cause your cigarette to ignite and cause a fire or explosion.
Usually the tank is located in the upper part of the gasoline generator, after opening this door, try to fill up to three-quarters of the tank for initial release.
After finishing the work, be sure to close the door so that foreign objects cannot enter it and cause some problems.
Now, after preparing the gasoline generator, it's time to enter the start stage.
Start and beginning of the gasoline generator
This step may be a little stressful for new and unfamiliar people with a gasoline generator, but it's not a difficult process at all. Just do it once; after that, it will become a very routine.
Always try to connect the tools and equipment that put the most load on the generator.
Always make sure that the gasoline engine is set to the correct voltage.
Put the fuse in the off position in the circuit breaker or in general modification. This key is usually located next to the device outputs and is marked with special symbols.
Scroll down the fuel key. This means that the fuel cycle is on and it is possible to refuel.
Turn the crankcase to the left, open it completely, and let it warm up in your engine.
Turn on the gasoline generator switch. This will put your generator on the verge of operation.
Whenever you feel ready, pull the starter belt firmly and suddenly with your hand and release it to start the engine.
Once the engine is running, unplug the chassis and cut it in half.
If your gasoline engine has an electric starter, follow all these steps, but instead of starting, just turn on the key.
Note that some of the details of the job may vary depending on the model of gasoline engine you use, but that's the way it is. For example, it may be different to draw a sass in a model, but in general you need to put the sass in the open state before starting so that it can be started.
Finally, by performing the above steps, you will start your gasoline generator and enter the power generation circuit.
As you can see by reading the steps, there is no particular challenge, and after a few experiments it is easy to do, so you don't have to worry about it.