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Here is a link to the manual. I hope it helps, because it says nothing about putting on handle. Maybe pics will help.
http://site.sunpentown.com/wc-30U_manual.pdf

Sunpentown... | Answered on Jan 28, 2015


Hello,
You should refer to the user manual to help you troubleshoot your equipment located Here: http://www.manualslib.com/manual/574948/Sunpentown-Wc-30u.html
I hope this helps!
Good Luck!
Rich Lilja

Sunpentown... | Answered on Jul 22, 2014


if you can afford a real standby genset id get one of those. reasoning is this way you do not have to store gasoline and rotate it every few months. and if you have a backup style genset you may not be able to get fuel for it when your supply runs out. that and you have to hook it up when the power goes out. safely hopefully. they are sized depending on the size of your power needs. most places that sell them will come to your house and tell you what youd need. easy stuff

Electrical... | Answered 16 hours ago


Building lighting plays the vital role while developing the decor of the building. Apart from the performance, building lighting influences the confidence, safety, and mood. If you have the clear idea about lighting types, fixture types, and lighting based on the site type, then it will help you much when you are going for building lighting. The article below will help you much to understand about these three major things in building lighting. First, let us discuss the typical building lights types. General or ambient lightings can illuminate your entire building. Valance lighting, cove lighting, sconces, chandeliers, soffit lighting are some of the examples of this type. To help you to perform your tasks such as cooking and reading, you can use task lighting.

http://greenlightnational.com/

Electrical... | Answered 19 hours ago


Yes you can. A fuse is a fuse. Ceramic is chosen because it is fine if it gets hot.

Electrical... | Answered 19 hours ago


Selective lighting (hue), always ON or there's another switch that turns off lighting. Studio, dark room, other.

Electrical... | Answered 22 hours ago


I am wondering if your charger is working properly.I had one I had to replace after so long.

Electrical... | Answered Yesterday


It could be a bad capacitor but if its store bought new Id
take it back

Electrical... | Answered Yesterday


Hi.
The vast majority of the time(over 99%) it is the just the AVR or Capacitor failing (depending on which is fitted to your Generator. 2 or 4 wires = Capacitor and Brushless alternator, 5 or more wires = AVR and Brushed alternator.) Replacing this should fix your problem.
Only replace the part with a quality Grade "A" replacement that is built for your Generator. Anything else could cause damage to your Alternator, resulting in the Alternator needing to be replaced and this is a very expensive! (We only sell grade "A" products.)
You will need to pull the part out and have it on hand when you order. Once you have identified if it is an AVR or a Capacitor, look up and purchase your replacement parts on our website.

http://www.generatorguru.com

If you need any further help our Generator Engineers are happy to assist you.

Kind Regards
The Generator Guru Team Generator Guru

Electrical... | Answered Yesterday


Suggest you get a 4 pole switch. Might not be possible to use a 6 leg switch

Electrical... | Answered 3 days ago

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