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Generator repairs, service and troubleshooting

I offer generator repair and service for the Honda range, past and present. I can help with other makes too. Also diagnostic support, manuals and fault-finding videos to assist in your own generator repairs. See service and troubleshooting.

Helping you to select the right generator

My choose the right machine webpage discusses the different types of generator and helps you to decide which  is most suitable for you.

About Peter Noble

I make the repairs, send out parts, answer the phone, make the tea and paint the fence. An engineer for 40 years, I studied engineering at Cambridgeshire College of Arts and Technology achieving HNC TEC level 5 with distinction in electronics. I served a BEC guild apprenticeship at Laser Scan Laboratories in Cambridge as a toolmaker and instrument technician. I am experienced in generator repair, factory plant maintenance, tool making and face painting. I’m a mine of useless information so feel free to ring for technical pointers. I am based in Barton Mills near Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

Spare parts

I have new and second-hand parts. Sometimes repairs using new spares are  not economical. Having the option of used spares can make all the difference.

New and used Honda generators

I no longer offer new generators.

I  stock fully serviced used generators with warranty.

Transporting generators for repair

If you need to get your generator to me for repair, I am within easy travel of Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire. Further afield it’s easier to let couriers do the leg work. It’s probably less expensive and less hassle than you might have imagined. See courier options.

LPG conversions

An overview of the ins and outs, pros and cons, curses and incantations associated with the black art of gas conversion.

The Blog

The filing cabinet of last resort for those snippets too useful to discard, yet too obscure for the rice powered knitting machine repair page.

Petepower blog


by Peter Noble