Question about Electrical Supplies
Try to Excite the generator.. TAke a 12 volt starting battery attach a wire lead to each post of the battery and plug the other ends of those leads into the 120v volt out receptacles of The generator while it is running FOR ONLY A SECOND OR TWO.. tHIS WILL NORMALLY EXCITE A GENERATOR THAT HAS LOST THE CAPABILITY TO MAKE IT OWN ELECTRICITY. Disconnect the 12v leads quickly so as not to over charge the battery. GOOD LUCK.
Posted on Jan 01, 2012
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