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I hooked up. it dont produce power. It has set for a long time. why

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If the generator doesn't have a auto field field flasher it possibe it has lost its residual magnetism. If also it is a manual pull stater the same thing can happen.

Simply reflash the rotor field and it should again generate power. The procedure varies from manufacture to manufacture.

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