Originally Posted by Reyco50
The problem greatly improved after they cleaned the carb and adjusted the float(did not appear to be a overheating issue). However, it kept cutting out so they(Lazydays) pushed for a Transfer switch which was replaced. It now appears to be working fine and was told the transfer switch was very burned up. So, I'm hoping that will take care of problem, although it appears to be more evident when it's hot. Needless to say we are now in the 70's so we'll see next May. Tks again for the advise…..jerry
Thanks Jerry for the follow-up.
On my 2012 I had a similar issue when it was new and the transfer switch was replaced under warrant with a better brand.
If the transfer switch has burnt contacts from not energizing cleanly that would cause the contacts to arc and build up carbon.
When this happens it takes more amperage to over ride this condition and this may be the reason why the generator tripped out on high amps.
Lazydays folks are great and they always solve the problems.
Glad things are good with you now.