Originally Posted by PoppySteve
Well thanks wmtire. I try to add a little humor when I can!
And Iggy, thanks for the suggestion. I used seafoam/gas solution direct from a 2 gallon gas jug with not much luck. 385 hours at 250 sea level.
I was just wondering if any ONAN service was worthwhile.
Seafoam is ok but if you search Berryman's B-12 to see the difference it worht a $12 before going to an Onan dealer.
They will probably charge you a few hundred just to look at it and then replace what they think is the problem.
It the needle valve adjustment on the carborator knob set at sea level?
Here is a writeup from someone who had similiar issues. Please read.