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Old 10-02-2015, 07:32:18 PM
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Hi Folks,
I am picking up another ONAN MCCK 6.5 but am confused by what the guy is telling me from the plate.
Here is what he is telling me.
Model # reads MCCK-30P/2268F, Serial # 0170217367

As you can see, the plate is very hard to read.

Can someone lookup the serial number and tell me what this is? I think it is a propane unit.

Thanks,

Kevin
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Old 10-03-2015, 07:01:13 AM
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Default Re: need help decoding this MCCK

Let me make a guess on the model number:

6.5MCCK-3CR2268F

-3C = reconnectable 120/240 or 120 volts only
R = remote start (P = Portable/pull start)

Serial# 0170217367

01 = January
70 = 1970
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Here are the engine data sheets. I believe Kevin has it correct as far as model. It would be gasoline carb.
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Man, you guys are good!
I am picking this on up for parts. I will use the heat exchanger, the two pumps and the solenoid. The rest I will part out.

Since you guys have the data, can I please ask for a decode on my Genset?

Here is what I have.

MCCK 6.5kw 1A/1E S/N 1072511577

Thanks fellas,

Kevin
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Here you go.
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So, what does re connectable mean? Sorry for my ignorance.
Remote start is good because the boat has the remote panel. But if it is a P, that would mean pull starting. Not Good. I thought these models had a winding that acted as the starting winding.
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In your case it means its capable of 120/240v 240v or 120v only . In the case of a 12 lead as on for instance a JB it would mean any number of voltages single phase or three phase. Other wise if it were a 3R it would only be the voltage it was built for.
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