Yesterday I was using my Miller bobcat 225 NT as a generator, I had it hooked up to the meter loop of a shop I am building to check some electrical wiring I installed prior to getting electrical service. While actualy making sure some equipment worked in the shop, the Miller Bobcat died (no sputtering or hesitation it just died) while running at high idle, the machine would not do anything when I attempted to start.
The battery is new, I have not checked because it was raining last night when this happened. The fuel tank is full and the oil level is good.
Could this be a fuse, I read that the F-6 fuse when blown the welder would not start. Whould the blown fuse cause the machine to die and not even turnover?
I need help?
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09-17-2012, 09:00 AM #1Junior Member
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Bobcat 225 NT died and will not do anything