Tiny Tiger generators

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By George Lazzo
July 2009
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Here are some photos and specifications for two Ohlsson & Rice Tiny Tiger Model 350 miniature generator sets. One belongs to me, the other to my oldest son.
In the operating instructions, some of the parts pages are dated 1969. One decal states, “The World’s Largest Drop Cord.”
These generators were manufactured by Sole Producer Tiny Tiger Division of Techno Electric in Long Beach, Calif. They are both in very nice condition and should run. George Lazzo, 111 Ziegler St., Mars, PA 16046-2839.







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DanTheVanMan
11/19/2013 5:08:27 PM
Anyone know where we can get parts for these? My "Pull-Cord Spring just broke! Errrr! Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Dan (Fernandina Beach, Florida)

John Dicken
2/19/2013 5:08:28 AM
Plug is a champion HY-6, a 10 mm plug for the smaller ones. You can find information and parts on any of the Ohlsson and Rice powered tools or engines at this forum-- OhlssonandRice.forumer.com

chris morris
1/14/2010 12:56:32 AM
Okkin Check for spark,does the the pull start work properly? Pull houseing from pull start,and check gap between the coil and magneto.Check small electrical condensor connection,along with spark plug connection.Use good plug,not cheap,about 8$.Make sure primer,is priming clean 2 stroke fuel,through clean fuel lines,should start!

Okkin_3
11/7/2009 11:27:32 PM
Hi. Just bought a Tiny Tiger Generator from a garage sale and it seems to be in good condition cosmetic wise. I wasn't sure if it was gonna run but I still bought it anyway for me to play with. I don't know anything about gas engines so when i tried to start the engine and it wouldn't after so many tries...I finally gave up. I read all the instructions as stated on the manual to see if I'd get it to run but to no avail. Anyway...am still gonna play with the thing. I was just hoping somebody out there might give me a pointer or two as to what I'm supposed to do get it running....anybody?? thanks...








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