Re: Onan generator does not start

Patrick McAneny

Roland & Bill, Had a look at the fuse. It was probably an add on, but someone also said they had a fuse. Picture is attached. the wire with the fuse is connected to the same terminal on the back of the solenoid that the power supply is. The wire appears to lead to the panel on the side of the engine that has the switches, which makes sense. I don't know if yours or any other SM has this fuse, but mine does and it blew and preventing the engine from starting. The mechanic went right to it as if he new it was there, fixed it in five minutes.
Hope this helps,
SM Shenanigans #123

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