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How To Maintain Your Generator?

With the back up power generator being a heavy equipment, its improper operation can prove to be dangerous. Not only does it have moving parts, it may also operate using fuel and its proper installation is very crucial. Generators also give off large amounts of electrical energy and are therefore it is advisable to install generators wherein electricity would not pose as a danger.

Because of these hazards, owners of power generators are advised to maintain their power generators in good running condition. Authorized people must also do installation of power generators. Also, always refer to the user's manual of your generator to make sure operation is done properly. It is also in the user's manual where you can find useful tips on maintaining your generator.

Aside from these, the owner should always see that the generator has sufficient amounts of oil. Also be sure to change all filters at least once a year. Replace the fan belts of generators once it starts showing signs of cracks as to prevent it from overheating.

Generators must be kept free from excessive dust. The connections must also be checked periodically whether they have become loose and needs tightening. Maintaining measures must always be done after every 100 – 200 hours of motor operation.
 
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