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ENGINE RUNS BUT NO POWER TO OUTLETS

WE HAVE REPLACED STATOR,ROTOR,RECTIFERS,BRUSHES,AND VOLTAGE REGULATOR NO RESULTS I HAVE TRIED TO EXCITE ARMITURE BY ADD 12 VOLT CURRENT NO RESULTS NO POWER TO 12 VOLT DC OUTLET EITHER COULD REALLY USE THE HELP THE UNIT IS A TROY BILT 7800 WITH BRIGGS ENGINE MOD # 030237 FOR THE GENERATOR SEEMS LIKE EVERYTHING IS NEW FEELS LIKE SHOULD WORK

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When you flash the field, are you going + 12 volts to the top or right side brush? Negative to the other brush? Try three times for 2 seconds?

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