Model #5276-3250W KINGCRAFT Generator

  • Cylinder Head
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  • Cylinder Barrell
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  • Crankcase Cover
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  • Crankshaft
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  • Piston Assy
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  • Cam Shaft Assy
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  • Recoil Starter Assy
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  • Fan Cover Assy
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  • Carburetor Assy
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  • Flywheel Assy
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  • Control Assy
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  • Muffler Assy
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  • Air Cleaner Assy
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  • Fuel Tank Assy
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  • Control Panel Assy
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  • Frame Assy
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  • Generator Assy
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Q:

Generator 52763250W Kingcraft Generator

A:

Thanks for the inquiry and for being a valued member.

It's hard to say exactly what the issue would be, but I would suspect it's fuel related. I would start by pulling the carburetor and perform a thorough cleaning on it. That would be the most likely place to start. 

You could also check the fuel cap to make sure its properly venting. Next time the engine bogs down or wants to die, unthread the fuel cap, or keep it off and see if the engine still dies. If so, the fuel cap isn't the issue. I would suspect the carburetor, and would focus there.

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
July 22, 2015
Q:

do you have torque specs ? 5276-3250w

A:

The manufacturer does not provide us a service manual on this model. In general, on our Briggs & Straton ovh single cylinder engine, the torque specs on the head bolt is 220 inch pounds and on the valve cover the bolts should only be snug (hand tight). The connecting rod bolts should be 15 foot pounds.

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Tamara T -
Sears Technician
October 29, 2014
Q:

Generator motor runs, but generator is not producing electricity 5276-3250W Kingcraft Generator

A:

Try this: Plug a drill into the 110VAC outlet. Start the generator. Now set the drill to run in reverse. Pull the trigger (as if to drill) and manually turn the drill head forward (as if drilling into something. This action will cause the drill to generate a slight bit of electricity that will hopefully re-magnetize the rotor. This process is referred to as "flashing the field". If this does not work then there is something else going on. Because you've replaced the regulator, we can be fairly certain that it is not the problem. If flashing the field doesn't change anything then it's most likely to be the stator assembly that has failed.

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Wade_B -
Sears Technician
September 12, 2013