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Re: dewalt miter saw 12"
No fuse, you can checked the brush holder assy by poping the assy out & checked the bronze terminal if broken.if the holder are ok. check for continuity of the field coil main ac coil & brake coil, main are bigger wire the brake are smaller wire.
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The capacitor has no bearing as you have output on one leg. Take or have an electrician check the power from L1 to N and L2 to N right as it comes off the generator stator, before any breakers and receptacles. If you have no power still on one leg, the stator is bad. The rotor is fine as you indicate you have power on one leg, you may have lost one set of windings in sthe stator. Good Luck
There can be several causes for this symptom. Does the outlet have a breaker or "switch" that is tripped? If this is a GFI (ground fault circuit interrupter) outlet, first disconnect any cord or equipment plugged into the outlet, then press the "reset" button in the middle of the receptacle. The GFI's should not/will not reset with anything plugged in. (If they are working correctly.) More specific information needed if this does not take care of the problem. There are numerous other things which could be causing this problem, loose conections, bad generator, broken or damaged wires on the electrical system, inverter problems, etc. Refer to your owners manual if at all possible, take a look here at this link if you don't have a copy.<<< http://servicenet.dewalt.com/Products/Detail?isId=true&productNumber=DG6000&selectedType=6326# >>>>
Colemans were known for losing what is known as "residual magnetism", especially when sitting for long periods of time without use. This residual magnetism is necessary for exciting the field to produce electricity. Here is what you can try: Plug a 110v drill into one of the 110 outlets. While the engine/generator is running, with an open hand (not fingers wrapped around it) spin the chuck while holding the drill trigger in the run position. Many times this small amount of current that will be produced by spinning the drill motor will restore the residual magnetism and excite the field. Keep in mind that if this works, the drill motor will begin to spin immediately since it is plugged into the outlet. Hope this helps.
This unit is capacitor excited, simply pull the terminals from the capacitor and apply 12vdc to the the wires for about 1 second. Then plug capacitor back in reassemble and run generator and check voltages. If the rotor magnetism has been restored and everything else is good you should be producing power now.
There is an alternative way to excite back end but it is a little more dangerous. It involves starting the unit and then applying 12 vdc to either of the 120v outlets for less than a second. This is the best way but it is more dangerous because once the back end is excited the outlet will now be putting out 120 vac. So if you leave your 12 vdc source connected too long you will back feed that source with 120vac. What we've learned to do is to have 2 wires coming out of the outlets with the tips exposed then we take our wires with the 12 vdc source and just brush them quickly against the 2 wires coming out of the outlet.
I am going to guess that this is an air cooled engine. When a genset shutsdown after 5 minutes it could be that the the oil pressure switch is not operating properly, or that output voltage is dropping out. Also, check the speed of the genset using a frequency meter at the outlets. It shouldn't be no more than 62Hz.
lefty-loosey (counter-clockwise). There will be space on the inside of the blade for another wrench to hold the shaft while you loosen the nut. If you've never done it, then you might want a pair of gloves; the blade might be dull on wood, but it'll be sharp on hands!