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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check your circuit breakers to see if they are tripped or damaged. Then take a look in the end of alternator / generator at the field windings. Check for damage to the brushes, as well as the diode for continuity in 1 direction only. Look for damaged capacitor regulator. Replace as needed.
Posted on Jun 12, 2010
5 Ohms at the rotor.
Disconnect all the stator wires and measure each one to ground, it should read opened.
Before disconnecting wires, mark which are hot and which are neutral. Measure between the hot neutral wires and some should read at least 0.5 ohms. You should have T1 and T2 reading 0.5 and T3 and T4 reading 0.5. T1 and T3 should read opened, T1 to T4 should read opened. Also, T2 to T3 should be opened and T2 to T4 opened.
Posted on May 07, 2009
pulling to many amps,diodes could not handle amps so they failed.unit should have kicked its breaker before the diodes burned out.most units have their own breaker to protect the system.I would replace the control board first see how unit reacts,probly fine,if not the you go to next step.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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