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Output voltage adjustment

Output voltage is based on 3600 rpm @ 60Hz. Sounds like your generator is over speeding slightly. Put a Frequency meter on the output of the generator and tune it to 61.5 Hz, that will get your generator in the 3600 RPM range.

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Hi, I recently purchased a used makita 6100r generator and when checking it out I discovered on my 30 amp 220 receptacles arent getting full power. I took out the receptacle and checked the wires in back...

You may be asking too much of the unit; the 5800 watts a which it is spec'd, may be a 'peak' power rating which may be 15-20% higher than its continuous rating. 30 Amps at 220 volts implies 6600 watts which is higher than even the peak power rating. I would expect the unit to produce ~4800 watts continuous or around 22 Amps.
Decided to check my statements and found this, which I quote:
Generator Volts AC (60Hz) 120/240 Max. Output Current 5800W-48.3A/24.2A Rated Output Current 4800W-40A/20A Volts DC (AMPS) 12 (8.3)

Aug 28, 2011 | Makita G6100R 5800 Watt Generator

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My UB2222FX mixer has lost stereo channels any ideas if its worth the time and money to fix? How is it fixed?

It should be repairable. Some simple testing will isolate the bad section. A common problem I have seen are people who power their system from different sources such as powering the mixer from a receptacle at the back of a room and speakers from other receptacles at the front of a room. Ground bounce and fault currents can fry input and output audio circuits. power ALL interconnected equipment from a single receptacle or power source.

Jan 08, 2011 | Behringer UB2442FX / B212D PA Package

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I purchased a Coleman Powermate 5000 6 years ago: Ser: 94411583. Never really used it for any length of time. Kept for emergency. An electrician checked it for voltage output a short time ago. 240V...

Voltage is adjusted by raising or lowering the engine speed (governor adjustment), however one must also pay attention to the rpm because your generator was designed to produce 120 volts at 60 cycles while turning 3600 rpm. Your electrician should have tested for htz while testing for voltage. I would recommend re-testing under load and adjust governor to turn 60 cycles to see resulting voltage.

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Intermittant LR output problems Main outputs (XLR

Intermittent problems cn be a real pain to find... BUT I want you to verify your use of the mixer and its connections as one can cause the output drivers to latch up due to ground bounce.

Make sure your outputs go to the power amps AND into balanced inout at the amps... either XLR or TRS connectors.

Make sure that the amps are POWERED from the same receptacle as the mixer... even if you have to run power back to the mixer. If you power the mixer from a different receptacle at the other end of the room, ground bounce of the safety ground MAY exceed the common mode drive of the mixer and cause the output drivers to latch up or even be destroyed!!!

Aug 11, 2010 | Peavey 32fx USB 32 Channel Mixer

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I plugged the USB to MIDI lead input nd output the wrong way around on my Alesis Sr 16 and it stopped working. Have I blown something inside?

You should NOT be able to damage the unit by reversing in and out on MIDI connections.

MIDI connections are fairly safe against damage unless you drive a ground loop into the output ones.

ALWAYS operate any connected equipment from the SAME power source receptacle.

Fopr instance, do NOT have a musical device powered froma wall receptacle across the room and connected to a computer on the other side as an example.

Apr 07, 2010 | Alesis Sr 16 Stereo Drum Machine

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Half of a dual receptacle outlet is not working, the other recepacle in the outlet works fine. It is not switched to a light switch, and the breakser never trips when I use the receptacle that works....

This is fixable but not by a computer tech. You will need to take this unit to a place that does TV's and other electronic repairs. They will best best at correcting this type of issue. Most techs will say just replace the unit.

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Jan 29, 2010 | APC MasterSwitch Power Receptacle - Power...

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Ran a new line from panel with 7 receps and one switch. the 1st outlet works and the 2nd half works and all others after that don't work.The breaker doesn't flip so what is the problem?

I am assuming that you installed your receptacles by attatching one wire to one screw .. not pigtailing the wires to the receptacle. It seems to me that your second receptacle has a missing link. Look at the sides on the receptacle, there should be a small link between the two terminal screws to carry the power to the next in line. If the link is missiong then replace that receptacle and you will be good ion the circuit .. If the link is there , then check you connections, sometimes we can catch a bit of the insulation in the terminal and then there is no transfer of electricity from that point on .. If you pigtail the wires and then connect the receptacle to the tail, then the circuit has more integrity. and we should always use the screw terminals, not the stab-ins. a better , more secure connection.

Feb 23, 2009 | APC MasterSwitch Power Receptacle - Power...

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Replacing a receptacle

As always when working with electricity, shut off the power. Use a circuit tester to make sure that the power is really off. Unscrew the receptacle's cover plate; be sure you get a replacement receptacle that's the correct type for your wiring?though most receptacles are standard, aluminum wiring should only be connected to receptacles designated CO-ALR. When installing the new receptacle, connect the black (hot) wire to the brass terminal screw, the white (neutral) wire to the silver screw, and the bare (ground) wire to the green ground screw. Unscrew the receptacle cover plate and unscrew the receptacle. Disconnect the wires from the terminals. Form a curl with a pair of needle-nose pliers so the wires hook clockwise around the screws, then tighten the terminal screws. Screw the receptacle to the box and add the cover plate.

Jan 18, 2006 | APC MasterSwitch Power Receptacle - Power...

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What is a GFCI Receptacle?

A special type of receptacle called a GFCI (or GFI), short for ground-fault circuit interrupter, protects kitchen, bathroom, and outdoor receptacles in a home from the serious shock that can occur where electricity and water meet. Identified by the reset and test buttons located on its face, a GFCI will sense even a tiny short and will shut down itself and, in some cases, other receptacles on the same circuit. Just push the reset button to reset the receptacles. Push the test button periodically to insure that the device is working.

Jan 18, 2006 | APC MasterSwitch Power Receptacle - Power...

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