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Briggs WM Engine with generator


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Trying to find out some information on this Briggs WM engine and generator. [IMG]
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Default Re: Briggs WM Engine with generator

Does it look like this one that i own. I was unable to see the pictures on the other web page



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Thanks it is some what similar. this one has the relay mounted on the front end of the generator. it has a switch on the foot pedal that closes when the pedal is pushed down.



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I was able to see the pictures this time. To me it appears you have a PCWM-100 or very simular and the engine went and they added it to a old washing machine engine. I had the similar coil and point set up on top of the starter / generator. With mine I use a 12 volt lawn tractor battery for demonstration. Some people say its a 6 volt system. The one i posted picture of puts out 8 amps on 12 volt battery to make 96 watts. The model of mine is PCWM-100. Mine is a positive ground system. If you close the points on the coil on top of the unit it should turn the engine over to start. Once engine is running the points will open and then it will start to charge battery. By looking at the switch by the kick pedal when it comes in contact with the pedal it grounds it and activates the coil to close the points to make it start. I copied your picture and added some text for you about where battery hooks up on mine which could be same as yours. I hope this helps you

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