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POS PWM...
Hey all... I bought this from a local guy where I live who of course I cannot even get ahold of now. Anyhow, I hooked it up exactly the way he told me and the instructions show and basicly no power is supplied to the generator. Actually I shouldnt say "no" cause I can measure about .5v between pos and neg on the gen. I can turn the dial...nothing. Ive hooked it up on the bench..same thing. The guy claims he builds these boards himself and it has current limiting at 20a....I dont know what else to try, like I said he wont call me back or email..nothing, its been over a week...I have a 70.00 paper weight...any ideas....thanks...Mike


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palongee1 Wrote:Hey all... I bought this from a local guy where I live who of course I cannot even get ahold of now. Anyhow, I hooked it up exactly the way he told me and the instructions show and basicly no power is supplied to the generator. Actually I shouldnt say "no" cause I can measure about .5v between pos and neg on the gen. I can turn the dial...nothing. Ive hooked it up on the bench..same thing. The guy claims he builds these boards himself and it has current limiting at 20a....I dont know what else to try, like I said he wont call me back or email..nothing, its been over a week...I have a 70.00 paper weight...any ideas....thanks...Mike


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