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I have a miller blue star 6000. I started it up but its not putting out any power.

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  • Anonymous Jan 07, 2009

    the generator have problems

  • Anonymous Apr 13, 2009

    If you take off the cover. remove the circuit broad you will find brun mark

    around one of the black thing. I think they are fuses. you need a broad.

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By any chance has this generator been sitting for a while, or been dropped? That's a common symptom. The generator has lost its' residual magnatism. The exiter field needs to be flashed. Either follow the instructions in you user manual or see this link:
http://www.dieselduck.net/machine/03%20electricity/flashing_generator.htm

Avoid this problem in the future by running the generator with a load on it for 10 minutes or so every once in a while.

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