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Generator burning my electronics up


take you generator in and have the output tested for correct voltage and sine wave configuration
electronics rely on a perfect sine wave ac current as a manufactured sine wave affects electronic components such as capacitors, transistors and diodes
generator sets that run an alternator ( not an inverter ) have a pure sine wave and have less affect on electronics.
go google and type in search headings like ---sine wave, inverter sine wave, sine wave affects on electronics, alternator operation and inverter operations and then you may get a pointer as to why your inverter gen set is affecting your electronics

Jul 23, 2016 | Honda EU3000iS Inverter Generator

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Wave 125 and wave alpha are the same steel frame chassis?


Hi, Junnex the answer to this question is way above my pay grade for this situation, I would call or visit my local dealer or reputable shop's service/parts department and inquire about any possible quick fix, answers, or parts inquiry.
For more information about your issue and valuable "FREE" downloads that you will need please click on the blue links below. Good luck and have a wonderful day.
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Mar 14, 2015 | 2010 Honda Elite

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Two waves are said to be coherent if their phase difference is independent of time. Case of monochromatic waves of the same frequency.
If the phase difference varies with time the waves are incoherent. Case of monochromatic waves of different frequencies, or waves made up of a series of wave trains which are independent of one another.
Coherence may be complete or partial
Other concepts:
Spatial coherence.

Nov 05, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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How does an earthquake alarm work?


An earthquake alarm provides an early warning by detecting an earthquake's soundwaves before the shear wave hits your area. The alarm will detect a quake that is even many miles away! A loud alarm will then go off.

May 07, 2013 | Home

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How to unlock samsung wave 525


To unlock the Samsung wave 525 Mobile, Get the code from this site prounlocking.com. You have to Provide both your Country and Network. Enter the Unlock code by providing you the steps below:-
1 - Switch ON your Samsung Wave 525 with a NOT ACCEPTED SIM Card.
2 - Don't bother about what's being displayed on your Samsung Wave 525.
3 - Compose : #0111*CODE#

Dec 12, 2012 | Samsung Wave 525 Cell Phone

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How to unlock code?.


Do you mean how to get the unlock code and unlock the Phone from Network lock?
You can get the Network unlock code at here
Unlocking4u.com and unlock it...You can get the instructions below and unlock it step by step....


Samsung S8500 Wave Unlocking Instructions Warning : Do not enter any wrong unlock codes on your Samsung S8500 Wave mobile phones. If you enter over a certain amount of wrong unlock codes on your Samsung S8500 Wave mobile phone, your phone may get hard locked and sometimes become unusable.
Method 1:

1 - Switch ON your Samsung S8500 Wave with a NOT ACCEPTED SIM Card.
2 - Samsung S8500 Wave will ask for "Password".
3 - Enter the Unlock Code.

OR (if the Samsung S8500 Wave shows "Insert Correct SIM Card")

Method 2:

1 - Switch ON your Samsung S8500 Wave with a NOT ACCEPTED SIM Card.
2 - Don't bother about what's being displayed on your Samsung S8500 Wave.
3 - Compose : #0111*CODE#.

NOT ACCEPTED: We mean, to use a sim card from a network other than the network your Samsung S8500 Wave is locked to.
CODE: Its the unique Unlock Code for your Samsung S8500 Wave.

Sep 16, 2011 | Samsung Wave S8500 Smartphone

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Try2910227 serial ywmh2205xvb-0 model arcing on the back corner were the rack sits.Is there a way to repair this seen is the unit was purchaced in June of 2011.


Yes, take the rack out and recycle it. I do not know why these micro-wave company put racks in the micro wave ovens. You get some insulation on the inside the micro flaking off next the rack.


The mega-tron tube is a very high energy transmitter. The energy will come out of the top inside the micro wave oven in a wave guide. Micro wave energy that generation by the tube is high frequency into Gega Hertz. You have a metal tray in side the micro wave acts like a big capacitor it stores energy in form of heat the next you know it look like Marconi is putting on a lighting display.



Leave the wire tie on a loft of bread and put in you micro wave oven to defrost. The next thing you might see is a load bread burning, instant toast. ----The use of micro wave were invented by the British before WWII. The mega tron tube generation very high frequency radio wave and these wave struck an object 100 miles away some of this beam energy would balance back to a receiver-----You have Radar.... I wish you and your family well being and be careful of micro wave ovens it can burn from inside out. GB you...stewbison

Aug 22, 2011 | Microwave Ovens

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How to remove wave protect in spds


Use the following procedure to turn off wave protect:
1. Power on while holding SETUP and WAVE ("Welcome to SPD-S", followed by "wave protect off" will show momentarily in the display).
Note: Repeat the procedure to turn wave protect back on.

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