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Update i had the starter rebuilt, and it made no difference,still blowing the fuse . I did find that if i unplugged the four pin wiring harness from the control box,i could crank the generator up but would not stay running. So i replaced the regulator, now the generator starts but wont stay running and does not blow the fuse. From what i can see looking at the wiring diagram there is a relay made by guardian electric "A410-3666186-151" that takes 120 ac signal to activate a 12 volt relay. That keeps fuel solenoid open.This relay is a 12 pin so I'm not sure how to test it and i have had no luck locating it on the great world wide web.
Hi John,

Are you sure it’s not just an 11 pin relay? (9 pins for 3 sets of double throw contacts and 2 pins for the coil?)

Maybe something like a Potter/Brumfield KUP 14A55 120V

or this Grainger Omron Relay?
http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/OMRON-Square-Base-General-Purpose-Relay-5ZH85?Pid=search
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