Honeywell Portable Generator – How to Start Your 1000i or 2000i Manual Start Inverter Generator

For more information on this product and other great products, click here: www.shophoneywellgenerators.com and for the 2000 watt, 2000i generator see: www.shophoneywellgenerators.com This is a Portable generator step by step demonstration on how to start a manual start Honeywell 1000i or 2000i Portable Generator. These portable electric generators (inverter generators) run on unleaded gas and can be easily started when emergency power is needed. Perfect for camping or tailgating, the quiet running Honeywell Portable Generators 1000 watt and 2000 watt series include everything you need to get started. 1000 watt, 1000i generator see: www.shophoneywellgenerators.com and for the 2000 watt, 2000i generator see: www.shophoneywellgenerators.com


Honeywell Portable Generator - How to Start Your 1000i or 2000i Manual Start Inverter Generator



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6 Responses to Honeywell Portable Generator – How to Start Your 1000i or 2000i Manual Start Inverter Generator

  1. tractorfixr

    My 2000 does not start, it takes 40 – 50 pulls, I changed the spark plug, fresh fuel. If I manually put the throttle to full fuel then I can get it to start in 10 pulls. I e-mailed Honeywell with no help. This one is on it’s way back.

  2. Kitfugl

    .”Aaaaaaan”

  3. Voipsip

    Their is a SF3000ER made buy XG china same manufacture as this generator.The latest model is over 4kva though it has the 150cc motor ..I can tell you the 3.5kva dosn’t have the speed to rev up fast enough even for some devices bellow 2000w start up power this is why honda ect eg.3000i use larger engine making it less portable though much better..you buy´╗┐ this 3000er your looking at overload and while lacking fuse protection not very good.

  4. ComPrt3

    Anyone Know how these compare to like a Kipor?

  5. deweykuhn

    Not bad for $400-it’s right on the limit of what one would want to carry by yourself..runs a small 4500btu A/C,campsite lights and battery chargers,etc.Kinda cheezy construction,not as nice as a Honda EU2000,-but at half the price,its just fine. The plastic choke lever likes to get stuck behind the red plastic outer shell when you move it to the ‘on’ position,but no big deal. It’s not too loud like a Briggs 4-stroke,and doesn’t have the 2-stroke screamin noise,either.

  6. jackies35

    Yes! This generator was pretty heavy and I must say worked as a charm!!

    I was able to connect my laptop, stereo (not mine but a weird neighbor), and a commercial printer. It last for the full 5 or more hours.
    I am a photographer and I took pictures of everyone in the playground. I was able to edit the pictures with the laptop (connected to the generator), and print it on a high commercial printer (connected to the generator)…. I spent the $ 299 and made $ 674 that night!
    awesome!

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