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RE: 0020102 generac 4800 choke problem/water heater

Atwood G6A-7 Replacement Unit Atwood 96202 Atwood G6A-7 model replacement tank Atwood 91412 Good luck finding EITHER Dometic acquired Atwood several years ago and has stopped production/support for the 6 gal models They have a new 6 gal Dometic Model --- it is NOT a direct replacement for the Atwood 6 gal (Taller, narrower) Be easier to replace your 6 gal with a Suburban I have been looking, but like you said, they are hard to find! Looks like i may have found s replacement tank, but i have to call themp
msta999 04/29/21 10:30am Tech Issues
RE: 0020102 generac 4800 choke problem/water heater

I noticed the connector with the two red wires, coming off the choke solenoid only has one red wire, i cant find the other one, i see the terminal in the connector......looks like the wire broke off it. If any of you can see yous, can you tell me where the small red wire goes?
msta999 04/28/21 08:16pm Tech Issues
RE: 0020102 generac 4800 choke problem/water heater

Is this your manual? Automatic choke section starts on page 7 Thanks! This looks like it.
msta999 04/23/21 09:00am Tech Issues
RE: 0020102 generac 4800 choke problem/water heater

On mine there is just two small bolts that have to be loosened to adjust the choke to where you want it then retighten. Does yours have a bi metallic coil spring that activates the choke plate? Mine does have 2 small screws, I can only see the heads, that look like they are attached to the choke mechanism but I can't see inside the plastic housing and the choke does not move at all when cranking. I may have to take the cover off to see it, but it would be nice if I could find a manual for it.
msta999 04/23/21 12:03am Tech Issues
RE: 0020102 generac 4800 choke problem/water heater

I did look at the generator last night and the choke linkage moves fine, looks like it is connected to a electric switch of some kind, but it is hard to get to, the housing the air filter goes in and the carb is bolted to needs to come off to see the switch. there was a cover over the linkage, that I took off and I have easy access to the choke lever, so I can start it easy from there. Anyone know here I can find a manual for this gen? I looked around for a water heater, but no luck, not even just the tank!
msta999 04/22/21 09:01am Tech Issues
RE: 0020102 generac 4800 choke problem/water heater

It is a G68-7, 6 gal, made by Atwood. I did find one in canada, but it was over 400 USD and it wasn't clear if they had one or not. I also found they use to make replacement tanks, but it looks like it is all discontinued. I'll try lubing up the choke on the generator this weekend, once I pull off the air filter and such, I will have a better look at whats going on.
msta999 04/21/21 09:38am Tech Issues
0020102 generac 4800 choke problem/water heater

Last fall, when starting the generator, it had to crank a long time to start, so I performed a tune up, changed the oil and filter, air filter and fuel filter, when to start it and no change, looking at it I noticed the choke is not closing when cranking, if I manually close it it starts right a way, anyone use this type of generator? Ran across this problem before? I hope to dig into it more this weekend. Also, I didn't drain the hot water tank a two years ago and it burst, know where I can get a replacement? This is in a 24ft Carson Toy Hauler
msta999 04/20/21 10:48pm Tech Issues
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