Greetings, I have a Champion 41430 generator with a minor issue. The carburetor took some external damage, so I replaced it. After installing the new carb, it will start for a short period (~10 seconds or so) and then die. I did some diagnostics and found that the voltage going to the carb fuel solenoid is very low (~1-2v) and only lasts for a second or two, causing me to suspect that it is just enough current to let a tiny bit of fuel in, then closes again. My main concern is, am I correct in assuming that the solenoid should be receiving a full 12v, and that that should be constant when running? I can easily wire in my own switch to make that happen, I just wasn't sure if there might be some sort of variable voltage and variable fuel amount that I wouldn't be taking into consideration. It seems like it would almost certainly be only "on/off" but I thought it best to get a second opinion or two on that. I did find info elsewhere that gives me pause. Specifically, a similar Honda carb (supposedly these Champion units are Honda clones?) where the solenoid/valve is normally open when no current is applied, and only gets closed for a short time after shut-down to prevent backfire. So I may be misunderstanding how mine works, and barking up the wrong tree. Thanks for any input!