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    Homelite/Husky 3650 generator does not produce electric

    All, this is my first post. I recently acquired a Homelite 3650 that runs great but does not produce electric. I've tried flashing it with a drill and a 12 volt car battery, that didn't work. I've replaced the capacitor, that didn't work. It's a brushless motor, so I don't believe there is a voltage regulator. I am out of ideas. The machine runs great but right now it is a paper weight. Any ideas on what to look at next?

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    Re: Homelite/Husky 3650 generator does not produce electric

    https://images.homedepot-static.com/...c93873ce15.pdf

    see page 21 troubleshooting in operators manual

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    Re: Homelite/Husky 3650 generator does not produce electric

    How i wish it was just the circuit breaker. The breakers are okay. I unplugged the cord that runs from the stator and took a reading, no electric. Any other ideas? Does the rotor have a diode that would go bad?

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