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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
One of two things:
1. The rotor has lost all the magnetism it needs to get started generating. It needs to have a tiny bit to get started.
I have used the system of a couple series 150 watt lamps between the generator and the utility power. Search Google for description of this method. I have used it and it works.
2. You have blown diode(s) on the rotor. They would have to be replaced. I have not found a source and had to make my own.
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
SOURCE: WHERE CAN I GET YAMAHA MZ360 IN
The Palisades Business Park
39 Kelly Road
East Rand, Joburg
(Come visit us Mon-Fri: 7:40-16:00);
Dean Webster Charles Stuart Cell 0837015332 Cell 0833071580 Fax 0118809089 Fax 0118809089
Posted on Sep 09, 2010
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