I don't know a lot about it, other than it's probably from around the time of Hurricane Katrina. So, it's pretty old in generator years. It'd be nice to be able to fix it and get it working properly, but I have no idea what's wrong with it or what would be involved with getting it right again. Is there an easy fix for something like that? Of course, I guess we'd have to figure out what the issue is before determining how practical it is to repair it. My guess is that it makes fairly noisy power on par with my Coleman from around that same time period. I'm partial to inverters now, so it's hard to imagine putting a lot of $$$ into an old generator that makes dirty power even when it's working correctly.simi conductors or a hot spot in the winding.
over time those show up as power sag when the rpm is rock solid.
kinda surprised it is not driving the gov nutz.
if it is super bad the gov will surge speed to compensate for low voltage.
but then again it maybe HZ based only gov.