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Old 05-15-2009
hturner 12
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Default 30 amp fuse in place of a 10 amp

On my genset (Perkins 12.5) last week I got it started after about a year of sitting. It rand good for about 10 minutes I turned on all three A/C for a load. It stumbled a little bit but continued to pick up. Finally it stumbled and died. I have replaced the Racor filter and the fuel filter and bleed the system. A I was trying to crank it from the control box I could see the fuel solenoid moving back and forth very rapidly. I have fuel up the injector pump. When it quit last week it blew the fuse in the control box. This is not a new issue because someone put a 30 in place of a 10, it is popping 30 amp a lit bit of cranking. Also there is a slot for a fues just forward of the fuel filter.

In looking at the drawing I only see one 10 amp fuse did I over look something?
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Old 05-15-2009
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Default update to 30 amp inplace of 10

My assistant found a broken ground wire on the fuel solenoid that had the wrong size connector.

While we are working on it we will go ahead and check all of the lug in the control box.
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