Question about Guardian Electrical Supplies
Pull the no 1 and no 4 wires off the voltage regulator and apply 12 vdc from the battery to them + to no 4 - to no 1. start unit and see if its putting out at least 60 VAC. If it is then you have a bad voltage regulator. If itis not then you have to investigate the brushes, stator, and rotor.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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