Question about Electrical Supplies
If the gen head has brushes check the brushes as well clean the rung that they press against with a very fine emery cloth if this doesn't not fix you may need to replace the rectifier it is a small unit black 1x1x3/8 inch with 4 wire posts will be located in the back of the gen head there ready avail and cheep about 5 bucks and can get from radio shack the numbers can cross reference easy some times there is 2 of there change them bolth they pop easy with a hard surge is still no power in the control box ther should me a regulator the sign for this to be bad is when you have strange power coming out like 38volts and 45 from the sockets then the regulator should be looked in to when you get the rectifier grab a spare ther easy to inttall and thers a small hole in the center for mounting check wires for arking to the armature if thease parts replaced and still no power 90% on the time this will fix if not the ger head is most likley bad shorted hope this helps
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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