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06-15-08, 07:18 AM   #1  

I have a Dyna 9000 generator that has stopped supplying power at the plugs. I have changed the capacitors and cleaned the stator and still no power. Any help or information?

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06-15-08, 02:36 PM   #2  
Has it got enough motor oil?Some of these generators has an oil senor inside the crankcase to protect it.

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06-15-08, 04:27 PM   #3  
Have you tried to flash it?? Basically with the unit running, Plug a reversable drill into the plug. (Make sure the breaker is on) Now flip the drill to reverse, Pull the trigger & give the drill chuck a good spin with you're hand. Try it, I havent had to do this, but a lot of people tell me it will exite the fields enough to start.. Good Luck, Roger

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06-16-08, 08:56 PM   #4  
That's my first suggestion as well...make sure the fields are polarized, assuming you've already checked the reset buttons/breakers/overload devices.

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