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My powermate pm0545002.02 will not put ouy any current or voltage while running.Cound this be the capacitor

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with the gen engine running,
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(make sure the drill is set to the forward rotation)
2) hold the trigger in the run position
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Yes, having a leaky capacitor in there could prevent the generator from making electricity. This capacitor is the voltage regulation on brushless generators, and it's the smoothing cap on the models with brushes. I wrote a somewhat long explanation of how to troubleshoot powermate generators that may be of help.

Since writing that post I've found that the Pramac company has started suppling parts for powermates, you can find them at www.powermate.com One used to be able to obtain a brand new board from the company but not any of the individual parts. If you're going to go the "Radio Shack" route, I suggest that you also check all of the diodes on the board, they may have been spiked when the generator shut down under load. I wouldn't think your stator windings or your rotor windings got hurt, but since you've go tthe thing apart it can't hurt to check them.

Regards,
Carl

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