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6000w gas generator putting out low voltage

On 110ac outlet only getting 35v ac

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Your voltage regulator is at fault. Make sure you replace it with the exact same brand name and serial number or you will burn out the generator.Thank you, Dana

Posted on Oct 06, 2009

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