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No output voltage at all

I have a Coleman Vertex 7500 Watt Generator...
no output at all...checked all breakers...motor runs fin...no voltage at the plugs or wiring to the plugs

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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...

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