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#188926 - 09/10/09 05:15 PM adding a AVR module on coleman generator--question  
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I have a coleman PM0435001 6250 (5000 cont) generator and have noticed some models come with a AVR option (module) and some like mine did not.
I would appreciate any insight on what I might do to determine if I can add this module to my gen set.

thanks in advance


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#188950 - 09/12/09 10:59 PM Re: adding a AVR module on coleman generator--question [Re: shamaron]  
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Normally I would suggest contacting their tech support, but since Coleman Powermate closed their doors and filed for bankruptcy protection last May, I'm not sure if any tech support or service network exists anymore.

I know that Norwall, the company in the link below, used to carry Coleman Powermate because I have purchased Coleman equipment from them in the past.
Maybe you could try getting in touch with their tech support and see what happens. Good luck with it.

link: Norwall



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