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I have a miller welder / Generator 225G plus that does not have any power output

I checked all fuses and breakers.. The engine runs fine just doesn't have any power output at the ac power outlets

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These rigs are notorious for developing bad connections in switches and wiring, as well as getting stuck or burnt brushes in the generator. If it has been sitting for some time, I would definitely do maintenance on the brushes and check switches for rusty or burnt contacts. http://www.millerwelds.com/om/o175104b.pdf

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