MM32 wrote:Yep I agree about the manual but I am getting pushed for time... Long story.... Let me start from the beginning. I have two 110 circuits side by side. One has a RED hot and the other has a BLUE hot. When I tested both with an ohm meter to ground the red showed ZERO and the blue was OPEN. I went to back of the generator housing and I have three wires coming out. RED, BLUE and WHITE < Ground >.... With the BLUE and RED wires off I am testing direct to where the wires were attached. I think I should get a similar reading on the RED and BLUE. I understand I am getting the resistance through the coil but I would think they should be about the same. I am getting ZERO on the RED and a unstable reading on BLUE because on the magnetic properties of the coil. With the wires that I disconnected from the back of the generator housing and testing to ground both BLUE and RED are showing OPEN or no shorts to ground. I am thinking that this should be testing the wiring, plugs and any other components for a short to ground.
I guess my concern is with the different reading I am getting coming directly out of the generator. I would expect the RED and BLUE to be the same.... Or the question of the day is.... as always..... What am I missing?
By the way..... This site is AWESOME!!!!
Thanks, MM32, Larry
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