Battery Charging Procedures :
1) Stop engine.
2) Remove all connections from battery.
3) Insert the plug of exclusive DC cable into DC
4) Connect positive (red) clip of DC cable to positive
(+) terminal on battery, and then connect negative
(black) clip of DC cable to negative (-) terminal on
5) Take out all plugs at the battery electrolyte À uid
¿ ller ports.
6) Check the electrolyte À uid level, and re¿ ll the
distilled water as necessary.
7) Start engine.
8) Make sure that the pilot lamp is turned on.
9) Make sure that the DC circuit breaker is in the ON
10) Battery charging will be started.
Do not use both AC and DC output at the same
Install correct positive (red) or negative (black)
cable to the correct polarity on the battery.
Connect and disconnect DC cable with engine
An explosive hydrogen gas is discharged
through vent holes in the battery during the
Do not allow spark or open À ame around
the generator or battery during the charging
Electrolyte À uid contains sulphuric acid, and
so the À uid can burn eyes and clothing. Be
extremely careful to avoid contact.
If injured, wash the affected area immediately
with large quantities of water and consult a
doctor for treatment.
Charging time is varied according to the kind
of battery and discharged level of battery.
Measure the speci¿ c gravity of electrolyte À uid
by means of hydrometer every one hour during
Make sure if the DC circuit breaker is not
Battery charging is completed when the
speci¿ c gravity is in the range of 1.26 to 1.28.
3. STOPPING THE GENERATOR
(a) Turn off the power switch of the electric equipment
and unplug the cord from receptacle of the
(b) Allow the engine about 3 minutes to cool down at
no-load before stopping.
(c) [Recoil starter model]
Turn the engine switch to the position " 〇 " (OFF).
(See Fig. -⑥)
❶ " ¦ " (ON)
❷ " 〇 " (OFF)
[Electric starter model]
Turn the key switch to the STOP position.
(See Fig. -⑦)
❶ " 〇 " (STOP)
❷ " ¦ " (RUN)
(d) Close the fuel valve. (See Fig. -⑧)
4. OIL SENSOR (See Fig.
❶ OIL SENSOR
(a) The oil sensor detects the fall in oil level in the
crankcase and automati-cally stops the engine
when the oil level falls below a predetermined level.
(b) When engine has stopped automatically, switch off
generator's AC circuit breaker, and check the oil
Re¿ ll engine oil to the upper level as instructed on
page 5 and restart the engine.
(c) If the engine does not start by usual starting
procedures, check the oil level.