Question about Miller Blue Star 6000 Elec Start 120V DX, 240V TWLK
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:
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.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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