The over crank alarm occurs if the engine has not started within the specified crank cycle. This is defined as any of the following occurrences during cranking: 1. Not reaching starter dropout within the specified crank cycle. Starter dropout is defined as four (4) cycles at 1,000 RPM. 2. Reaching starter dropout, but then not reaching 2200 RPM within 15 seconds. In this case the control board will go into a rest cycle for seven (7) seconds, then continue the rest of the crank cycle. If you continue to experience this alarm, we would recommend first contacting your gas line installer to ensure that the fuel pressure is proper. If the fuel supplied to the unit is adequate, then we would recommend contacting your local certified service technician. To locate a certified service technician in your area, search your postal code here: http://www.generac.com/Service/Deal...
. We recommend contacting your gas line installer first, as ensuring correct fuel pressure is the first step in the troubleshooting process, and if applicable, would fall under improper installation under the warranty statement.
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