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    mep-803a question

    I discovered a new possible "cause". I've spent the morning checking and double checking the stator/rotor/rectifiers/excitor/ and excitor stator. I pulled the generator cover and the excitor stator off. When I look at the stator there are 8 winding coils with the laminations. One of...
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    mep-803a question

    I tried putting power to the frequency transducer and got a huge spark! It wasn't connected long enough to see if gauge worked, (plus I jumped 3 feet), and I wasn't going to try it again. I measured voltage instead. I've got just 5.40 volts at frequency transducer, same at terminals 7...
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    mep-803a question

    I'm not around tomorrow to check all these things out you just provided for me. But you have given me a great start with how to check the transducer and I'll get some photos uploaded in next few days. It has positive and negative marked terminals on one side of the frequency transducer...
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    mep-803a question

    Hello everyone and thank you in advance for any advice provided. I'm a new member to this site but have been reading many older posts for a while now in an attempt to get my generator running. I recently purchased a MEP-803a generator that was in a half disassembled state. The...
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