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Marc Osterbur
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2007-01-26          139191


i recently aquired a 16 hp 5500 watt pincor generator circa 1975 After getting the briggs engine running, realized there was no AC output. This generator has very few hours on it. I could find no breakers on the panel. I need some suggestions on what to check next. There has been some conversation about "flashing". Could anyone explain this process to me? Any Help would be appreciated. Thanks

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harvey
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2007-01-27          139197


Flashing is best left to dirty ol men in trench coats.

SORRY Couldn't resist.

Flashing is to restore the polarity in the fields. I have instructions on how to flash my gen set.

The concern I have about posting is: your circuity is or may be different the recifiers would not handle the wrong connection.

If you want to try it email me; harvey "at" odyssey "dot" net Put FLASH GENERATOR in the subject line, I'll watch my spam folder for a couple of days and I'll send you how mine is done.

You will have to proceed at your own risk.

Best option is call a Gen repair shop to flash it. plus they can fix any other problems that might be present.

Good Luck Harvey ....

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Marc Osterbur
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2007-01-27          139203


Thanks for your response, Harvey. I agree that taking this unit to a gen shop is probably the best, but my curiosity is getting the best of me. You can look for the e-mail to follow. Thanks ....

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