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Im trying to find a online manual for it also what oil does it require.

Munro Pro User 5.5Kw 13Hp Petrol Generator 4 Stroke G5000

For Home or Workshop.

Ideal for use in an emergency to power lights, heaters, electric water pumps etc. or simply for when there's no access to a power source.

Specification

• Brushless 2-pole Single Phase
• 50Hz
• Air Cooled Single Cylinder OHV 4/Stroke Engine
• Rated Power 5.0 kVA
• Maximum Power 5.5 kVA
• 2 x 13 amp 240 Volt AC socket
• Power Factor 1.0
• Displacement 389cc
• Speed 3000/3600 rpm
• Maximum Output 13 hp
• Recoil Starting System
• 25 Litre Fuel Tank Capacity
• Working Time Per 25 Litres 11/9
• Dimensions: 675 x 510 x 550 mm approx
• Weight 75kgs approx
• Engine Oil Capacity = 1.1 Litres
• Noise (7 meters away) < 67 (db)


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 10, 2011 10:13 am 
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I seem to be struggling to get information on this just what oil it uses, make of engine and online manual.


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I just had a 15 min look and could find nothing :dunno:

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As it's a 4 stroke, I would suspect that it uses normal multigrade same as your car petrol engine.

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Did you READ that page BA???

There are a few sites that do this sort of thing - i.e. show a 'result' but actually have nothing there.....

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There nothing in there? :wtf:


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kellys_eye wrote:
Did you READ that page BA???

There are a few sites that do this sort of thing - i.e. show a 'result' but actually have nothing there.....


Yes these sites are like a con to get you to look at there website. They dont even have what your looking for its to pull you on there which is all wrong. :cussing:

So Im still stuck at the moment yet this machine not that old there was afew on ebay last year. Also this year afew but seem to be rare now which is strange.


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Munro gennies are made by Marksman tools but their site is down at the moment.

Might be worth an email to them :wink:

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Razor wrote:
Munro gennies are made by Marksman tools but their site is down at the moment.

Might be worth an email to them :wink:


Really thats interesting thanks. How did you find that out?


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Welshy_Pete wrote:
Razor wrote:
Munro gennies are made by Marksman tools but their site is down at the moment.

Might be worth an email to them :wink:


Really thats interesting thanks. How did you find that out?


probably by looking at that site that conned me :lol: :lol:

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I've just edited a couple of posts as we do not want to link to scam sites like that :wink:

One of the reasons I started to put power tool manuals and boiler manuals on this site is because there were new sites springing up every week that were selling these manuals, which is 100% wrong as the manuals are free and are in the public domain.

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big-all wrote:
Welshy_Pete wrote:
Razor wrote:
Munro gennies are made by Marksman tools but their site is down at the moment.

Might be worth an email to them :wink:


Really thats interesting thanks. How did you find that out?


probably by looking at that site that conned me :lol: :lol:


So the problem still remains. :scratch:


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Ive done mor eresearch and found a website which does parts for the munro pro user generators.

link to diffrent models
http://www.generatorguru.com/categories ... -Pro-User/

link to g5000
http://www.generatorguru.com/categories ... ser/G5000/


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I found out what 4 stroke oil is used on the Munro pro user G5000 generator 5.5kw. I asked my friend who I had it of who I seen yesterday. Its 15w 40 oil grade used on it.

There no information anywere about this machine so I was very lucky to find this out. Also it should help others now searching online in the future to pick this information up now.


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