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Wolf wp5500e generator is running but voltage output has stopped

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Here is a link to a general solution I posted some time ago.

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Posted on Apr 06, 2009

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SOURCE: no output voltage at all

The generator needs to be 'flashed' to bring back the excitation for output. Is this something you can do? Let me know and I can help you...

Posted on Sep 11, 2009

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SOURCE: no output from my generator

Check the capacitor in the generator head. Will onpen or short cause loss of excitation voltage. Just checked my GENERAC ( no output) and sure enough the cap is shorted.

Posted on Mar 22, 2010

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SOURCE: No AC out put

After working on several of this style coleman generator,i have found that the lead wires in the windings that are soldered to where your brushes would contact tend to break.I don't know if it's a poor design or just a fluke,i would check to see if your getting continuity on the rotor and go from there.They seem to either "burn off" or just break.

Posted on Apr 02, 2010

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SOURCE: Wolf 800 generator. Engine will run but very electrical power is

is the engine running at the correct speed
3000 rpm to produce 50hz
3600 rpm to produce 60hz

Posted on Apr 04, 2010

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Wp5500e parts


You can purchase parts for the Wolf WP5500E on this webpage:
https://www.generatorguru.com/wp5500e/?sort=featured


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Wolf. Why doesn't it stop running?


The on-off switch may be functioning mechanically but not electrically. A continuity test while operating it can confirm the malfunction.

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Generac generator on auto runs weekly. light green previuosly green. now red. what causes this??


Hi and welcome to FixYa I am Kelly. Your red LED is telling you that it was 1. overloaded. 2. has low voltage 3. overheated or 4. short in the powered circuit.

OVERLOAD LED (red): Lights up if the generator experiences
a load greater than the rated output, low voltage, overheats or
the powered circuit experiences a short. The output is stopped
even though the engine keeps running.

I do not know which of the 4 conditions caused your red light. If you have the read light with no load I would suspect low voltage from the generator / inverter. If it overheated you will also get the Red LED with no load.

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I have a coleman 1850 sport madel.the unit runs


The lack of DC output COULD possibly prevent the stopping. There are likely fuse(s) between the low voltage winding and a rectifier to generate the DC. SOMETIMES these are even inside the generator cover.

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Wolf 800 generator. Engine will run but very electrical power is


is the engine running at the correct speed
3000 rpm to produce 50hz
3600 rpm to produce 60hz

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No output from my generator


check breaker, your outlets should be like a gfi

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67 votage display on generator output.


Please stop making new problem threads each time you answer, instead post a comment to one of the 5 threads you already have open for this problem. It's getting hard to follow the conversation :-)

OK, now to the problem. You say you have checked 67 volts is displayed on the generator output, I think this means that you see 67 volts on the control panel display when the generator is running. This can be several different problems:
a) a bad CT/PT module that tells the controller the wrong voltage
b) a bad A/D module inside the controller itself
c) a bad voltage regulator

Get a real DMM meter and measure the voltages at the top side of the output (large) circuit breaker of the generator. Put the black lead of the meter on the neutral wire and then measure to each of the phase wires on the circuit breaker. If you get normal voltages then you probably have a bad A/D, if you get 67 volts on all 3 phases you have some other problem.

You still haven't told me what model/spec of generator this is, look on the data sticker on the generator cabinet.

Peace,
Carl

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