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Re: exl800 no ac output
I would assume you checked circuit breaker on unit? There should be one over each receptacle (push to reset) and a 2 pole for the twistlok receptacle. Also check to be sure GFCI receptacles aren't tripped. Have you tested the output with a tester? If none of these are the problem , then most likely it is in the generator itself. They do have a 1year warranty (2 year parts)
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Seems to be three main reasons for a self diagnostic error code F2. Assuming the AC system is working and blowing cold air after startup.
1. The Control System Diagnostic has detected an overcurrent condition in the fan relay system.
UNPLUG THE AC FOR THIS PART.
Carefully remove the outer fan shroud and try to manually spin the blower fan. If you feel any resistance on any part of its revolution, check clearances with the casing. This will cause the fan drive motor to demand more current to start and move up to speed. If no obstruction noted, but resistance still noted, then try manually lubricating the main fan shaft bearings with some WD40 or similar lubricating product..
Manually rotate to test again. A smoothly running fan reduces initial total current required for startup. (This is a temporary fix but might show if a bad fan bearing is the culprit.)
Replace everything and reconnect to power. Test.
2. The Control System Module is itself faulty. Call an 'Authorized' Certified Product Repair Depot' and ask for a technician to answer a question about the product. (Might not be Company Policy though to speak to customers directly.) If you are successful, he might have a quick fix for the module or tell you how to 'in service' test the unit using the buttons on the unit or remote if any supplied.
Digital electronics require a lower voltage to operate and so there is some kind of voltage reduction circuit (transformer circuit) to power it. A misbehaving or glitchy power supply might be the problem. This is fairly hard to test - for consumers - so you need the expert to point the way for you.
3 The 'TOTAL' energy draw of the compressor and the fan has exceeded programmed parameters.
Most AC units like yours use a fairly large capacitor to 'jump start' the compressor motor. Some capacitors also multitask and help control fan speed regulation. A failing capacitor will result in less than normal results and could trigger the 'overload' condition.
Not every consumer will have the time, expertise, or confidence to test this. CHARGED CAPACITORS ARE DANGEROUS and can seriously ruin you day if safety precautions are not met.
If the capacitor is faulty, replace with the exact same unit if possible - or the cheaper, generic one if available from your local appliance service store.
Bringing the unit to an Authorized Repair Depot is sometimes not an option, so hiring a mobile AC repairman (expensive, so calculate the present used value of the unit) to check the unit is the final, best option. Sometimes a new replacement is the way to go.
With voltage step down power supplies, output power is more important than data plate output V (volts). V times output A (data-plate amps) equals output Watts (or VA) under normal load. If the voltages are close and the output watts (VA) are very close (one or two watts) you are in luck as long as the connector is same size; AND THE POLARITY (+ & -) IS THE SAME for the old and replacement unit!
Probably your machines just overloaded; the engine will run and produce voltage but no weld output.Check your fuses F1 and F2, if they are open replace them. Both fuses are located at left hand side of machine, open it and you will find them on the bracket.
It would show overload if you're drawing more power than it can supply. 1500 Watts is a very high output for an inverter but that is the maximum it's capable of. As with any electrical supply you should not draw the maximum power it's capable of as this can cause it to burn out. Around 1200 would be the max you should draw continuously. You need to check the power requirements of whatever you're running on it. Also you need to check that it's capable of taking 13.8 volts. If 12 volts is the recommended input, putting in 13.8 will increase the voltage output which could damage appliances being run on it.
Yes you can... but, this will cause you a lot of hassle. You'd need to get yourself an AC/DC converter because your amp needs 12 volts. Do not use your computer's power supply unit for the 12volt input as your amp eats up alot of power so you might overload your computer's power supply unit (PSU). After getting the AC/DC converter for your amp. You need to rewire your audio input going to the amp so that it uses a 3.5mm jack so you can easily plug it in to your computer's audio output. I hope this helps.
If your Plug is getting hot there is a voltage drop where the heat is generated. On these wall outlet recepticals there are two different methods of connecting the wires. First they strip the end of the wire and plug it into the back of the receptical . The second method is to strip the wire and attach it to a screw terminal . This is the best method for any outlet with a motor running from it.
For an example draw a straight line and then draw a circle that comes in contact with the line. Look and see how much contact area you have where the circle touches the line.
Cracked solder joints due to excessive heat cycling. Do not place in a shelf system. Top MUST be open for 1 ft. or better for proper convective cooling effect. Mine suffered same fate but repaired locally.