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Old 09-09-2009
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Default POWERTECH 15KW genny part numbers

I had somebody ask me about my genny and found the manual has the Kubota part numbers for several things. I have a 15KW genny that's a model PTS MH 15 from Bluebird. This should be ehte same genny is many of the birdds out there. There is an engine model and serial number plate under the injector pump. For my 15 KW unit, the engine model is listed as a V1902BG.

Here's the list that is labeled as Kubota part numbers:


Oil Filter 70000-32091
Fuel Filter 70000-43081
Air Filter 70000-11080
Fan Belt 15469-73010
Thermostat 15321-73010
Fuel Pump 476459
Oil Capacity 2.38 gal (9 qts)


My manual also lists the numbers for the 6.6, 7.8 and 10 KW units. If anybody needs them, let me know and I can post them. And I know it's been posted several times, but here's the fuel consumption ratings, according to Powertech:

25% load = 0.337 gph
50% load = 0.675 gph
75% load = 1.012 gph
100% load = 1.35 gph
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John here's another part of our forum that might help out

http://www.wanderlodgeownersgroup.co...ead.php?t=1467
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Thanks to John, I was able to go to the Powertech website and download the manual for my PTS MH15 generator. Chock full of all kinds of good info for inquiring minds like mine!!
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It does have a bunch of stuff in it! Glad I could be of help!
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Elliot could you post the link that took you to the Powertech manual download
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I would appreciate a link to that website also as
I would also like to download a manual for my Genset. I did not get one with the coach when I bought it. I've not been able to find the recommended service intervals for it. It now has 150 hours on it since last service. Visually looking at the oil condition, it still looks clean so I'm kinda at a loss as to changing it now or not. My Onan genset in my last coach recommended changing every 100 hours.

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Here should be the main link to the 15KW. The manual can be downloaded from the bottom of the page.

http://www.powertech-gen.com/product...products_id=34


That is for their newest 15KW set, but I doubt there's much difference in a slightly older set. This should be the one Elliot found.
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Thanks, John,

It appears that the unit should be serviced every 100 hours.

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boy,every 100 hours.
I have read that,and i still don't believe it!
thats every 4 days!
I promise you the entertainer coach boys run those things for weeks at a time,before changing the oil,and I have seen an entertainer coach with 30,000 hours on the powertech gennie.
Then we have the refridgerated truck guys,they run 3000 hours before servicing.
who really knows?
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Yes that is the Powertech site that John listed. Also lists service centers too!
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