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How to repair: Voltage problems in the generator.

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Hi, I have a 5.5kw 6500E gamma generator and the last time I used it (months ago) it was 240v. Today it is giving me 280v stable. I have changed the regulator and now it gives me 190v stable.
What do you think can happen?

Thank you

1 Proposed Solution

These voltage regulators, must have a voltage adjustment potentiometer, over there it graduates to the correct voltage.
  • 2 months ago

    Avatar de tulku009

    If so, great! Is it a very small little screw in the back?
    I have put back the old regulator and now I was giving 229v. In case I have taken it to a technician. He has increased the rpm (it was slightly low) and explained that when they have been unemployed for a long time (in this case 8 months) they can be "polarized" (no idea of the subject) and after a while they adjust. Otherwise it is perfect. Just put new nafa.
    So now I will see the little screw and I will have to fight it with the seller. I wanted to upload a photo but I don't know how.

    Thank you, I comment.

  • 2 months ago

    Avatar de tulku009

    Solved 6 or 7 turns screw and climbed to 228v.

    Thank you.