When the storm rolls in and the winds and rains threaten, there is a certain confidence one has when they know they can enlist the help of a generator. When the grid is compromised and most people are without power, beholden to the speed of the power companies, its nice to have some backup. I love flipping that switch once I get my generator powered up. It has been one of the best investments in emergency preparedness that I have ever made.
So, what happens when that generator stops working. If you are like most people you aren’t checking the generator every month. You may not even be doing basic maintenance on it. The generator just turns on when you need it and off when you don’t. This article will help you diagnose the issues and get it back up and running.