Model #NN-6560 Panasonic countertop microwave

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Q:

view manual for a push mower gas

A:

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
May 19, 2011
Q:

My Coleman powermate generator has stopped generating. What can be wrong?

A:

If you excited the windings of the generator and replaced the bridge rectifier board, the only parts left are the rotor and stator.

If your voltmeter reads 0 volts when the engine is running, the rotor has no residual magnetism. Exciting the windings of the generator should restore the residual magnetism of the rotor. If the rotor does not accept the residual magnetism, it is probably shorted internally. You can test the rotor by reading ohms through the rotor.

The stator can be tested with an ohm meter also. If either the rotor or stator reads shorted or open it is defective.

Resistance readings vary some from model to model, but a defective rotor or stator will usually read shorted or open.

If you read 4-6 volts ac when the engine is running, the rotor has residual magnetism, but the bridge rectifier is not increasing the voltage across the rotor properly.

If the generator has brushes, check them for wear or loose connections.

The model number you sent does not come up in our system. I hope this information helps.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
February 05, 2010
Q:

my generator won't gin ?

A:

Thank you for your question on the generator that will not generate any power.

I am sorry that you Coleman power mate will no longer produce power.

It sounds like it has lost its residual winding voltage to get the started producing power.

Sometimes if the generator gets handled a little ruff it will loose it residual voltage to start the generating process.

It’s kind of like the old well pitcher pump where you have to put a little water down the pump before the pump would pump water.

Sometimes you can flash the FTE windings by plugging in a electric drill into the a outlet on the generator and then start the engine and grab the end of the chuck of the drill with the trigger pulled and turn the chuck over by hand by giving it a quick twist it will start working.

Please try this method and tell what you found and we can continue troubleshooting with that information.

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Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
August 03, 2011