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My generator runs fine but i have no power to plugs .checked wireing already

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One of the following is the prob:
1- AVR card is down...change it.
2- blown fuse ...change it.
3- you checked the wireing so the last possibility is the brushes.

i hope i helped...send me an email for more details

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