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JaG
10th June 2010, 01:53 PM
I have been give (well, you wouldn't pay for one would you) a Pro User G850 Generator. It needs a bit of work doing on it but as long it cost nowt I am on a winner. If I have to spend more than 1 on it I will be out of pockethttp://www.motorhomefun.co.uk/images/smilies/rofl1.gif
Does anyone have a Manual for it that I could borrow (I can go as far as paying the postage costs)?

Thanks

Roving Rangies
10th June 2010, 02:08 PM
Its a Munro Pro User 850W 2 Stroke Generator G850.
I have no knowledge of these generaters apart from the fact: Many are discarded because they can be very noisy, have an imbalance 240v supply and are not very reliable.


So, I bet you are pleased you never paid for it!!

JaG
10th June 2010, 06:47 PM
Its a Munro Pro User 850W 2 Stroke Generator G850.
I have no knowledge of these generaters apart from the fact: Many are discarded because they can be very noisy, have an imbalance 240v supply and are not very reliable.


So, I bet you are pleased you never paid for it!!

Yes, on the side it says 94db!! That's almost twice as noisey as my Kipor 2600.

Rovers
11th June 2010, 12:37 AM
Here you go klick on the link :killer:killer:killer


http://www.pi-shurlok.com/Shared/Uploads/Files/openecu/docs/technical_specification_g850.pdf













LESTER :) Have got a garage full will travel

JaG
11th June 2010, 07:36 AM
Thanks very much for the link Lester. I have been searching for hours with no success.
:!

Roving Rangies
11th June 2010, 11:20 AM
Here you go klick on the link :killer:killer:killer


http://www.pi-shurlok.com/Shared/Uploads/Files/openecu/docs/technical_specification_g850.pdf





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LESTER :) Have got a garage full will travel
I don't know about you, but that was a link for a Car ECU.

JaG
11th June 2010, 11:39 AM
Just looked at the link, you are right. I wondered why there was so many pages for a small generator. I suppose I could always buy the car that goes with the ECU Manual. :killer
Back to the drawing board Lester. I did a WebFerret search and found nothing.

Rovers
11th June 2010, 08:30 PM
OOOPS! SORRY :redface:














LESTER :) Have bad eyes will travel :doh

JaG
11th June 2010, 09:00 PM
This is what we use:

CHECKLIST - Before you leave

1 Mains cable disconnected

2 Gas turned off

3 Motormover engaged

4 Handbrake off

5 Corner steadies raised

6 Jockey wheel wound down

7 Noseweight checked

8 Hitch up - Green tab showing

9 Jockey wheel wound up

10 Breakaway cable connected

11 12S & 12N connected

12 Motormover disengaged/Power off

13 Wheel Lock off

14 Lights checked

15 Rooflight closed

16 Aerial Down

17 Fridge door locked

18 Water pump off

19 Central Heating off

20 Fridge to 12v

21 Loose items secured

22 Door locked

23 Vehicle mirrors set

Rovers
12th June 2010, 06:51 PM
Glad that i was able to help you in the end graham was nice having a chat too :thumbs














LESTER :) Have manual will travel

JaG
12th June 2010, 07:04 PM
Yep, thanks for that. It was nice to have chatted to you yesterday.
On your advice we will not be using that type of generator on the caravan because of it's unstable voltage, etc. Not to mention the 2 stroke smoking. Mind you that was probably down to double oil mixture. We shall be happy with our Kipor 2600, a bit heavy but a lovely genny with sine-wave outsput.