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Powermate 6250 model pm0545007.01 engine runs no a.c. output

Service tech said check brushes did that they are fine .tech said connect battery cable to negative on left and just touch posative cable to right side posative it produced juice for one second then quit tried it ten more times still nothing

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Need help i have a coleman powermate PM0545007.01 need a part # for the housing blower or where can i purchase one ? thanks mike arubamike16@yahoo.com

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You will need to install new diodes,they are located in the plastic housing behind the receptacles...It looks like little spark plugs..They work to put dc voltage to the rotor,without the exciter voltage applied,you will not get ac power out..The part number is 3483.01....You can buy these online for about $6 each,they have 2 inside the generator,and you should change both.

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