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01815 Briggs and Stratton Generator - Overview

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Filter-Oil – Part Number: 492932S
PartSelect #: PS8982169
Manufacturer #: 492932S
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Solenoid-Starter – Part Number: 691656
PartSelect #: PS9064363
Manufacturer #: 691656
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Key, Lock – Part Number: B5053GS
Key, Lock
PartSelect #: PS9184142
Manufacturer #: B5053GS
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Switch, Oil Temp – Part Number: 186205GS
Switch, Oil Temp
PartSelect #: PS9268625
Manufacturer #: 186205GS
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Capacitor – Part Number: 312699GS
PartSelect #: PS8945179
Manufacturer #: 312699GS
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Switch, Set Exercise – Part Number: 87799GS
Switch, Set Exercise
PartSelect #: PS9160620
Manufacturer #: 87799GS
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Gasket – Part Number: 806425
PartSelect #: PS9307302
Manufacturer #: 806425
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Screw, M5 - .8 X 10 Taptite – Part Number: 74908GS
Screw, M5 - .8 X 10 Taptite
PartSelect #: PS9116859
Manufacturer #: 74908GS
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Seal, Foam Alternator Air Inlet – Part Number: 191994GS
Seal, Foam Alternator Air Inlet
PartSelect #: PS8907163
Manufacturer #: 191994GS
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Rectifier, Battery Charge – Part Number: 65795GS
Rectifier, Battery Charge
PartSelect #: PS9054741
Manufacturer #: 65795GS
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Control Board – Part Number: 191652GS
Control Board
PartSelect #: PS8904244
Manufacturer #: 191652GS
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Gasket, Manifold, Muffler – Part Number: 186062GS
Gasket, Manifold, Muffler
PartSelect #: PS9268616
Manufacturer #: 186062GS
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January 24, 2020
Runs for about 3 minutes consistently and shuts itself off
For model number 01815
Hi Aaron. This is most likely caused by a bad/clogged carburetor. Thank you for your question and good luck with your repair.

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Wouldn’t start.
I installed a new solenoid starter. Took me a total of 20 minutes. Started right up.
Parts Used:
  • Bruce from CARNATION, WA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
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No voltage on secondary side of transformer. Confirmed with meter that transformer windings had infinite resistance.
1. Turn the generator selector switch to "OFF"
2. Remove the 240 volt fuses in the automatic transfer switch to remove power to the transformer.
3. Remove the outside cover from the front of the generator, on the motor end.
4. Remove the 3 screws from the panel covering the controls.
5. Label or make note of which terminals the 4 wires on the transformer go to and disconnect from transformer.
6. Using 9/32 nutdriver, remove the two transformer mounting nuts and lock washers.
7. Remove old transformer from studs and install new one. Reinstall nuts and lock washers.
8. Reconnect the 4 transformer wires.
9. Reinstall the control panel cover and the generator housing end cover.
10. Reinstall the fuses in the automatic transfer switch.
11. Put the generator selector switch back in "Automatic"
Parts Used:
  • Laron from GRAND RAPIDS, MI
  • Difficulty Level:
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Screw drivers
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