Bruce wrote:You need to go through the troubleshooting section in the manual step by step. You probably do not have the test equipment to accurately check the stator windings. For me to guess at what's wrong without doing a complete check on it would not be wise for me or you. It could be anything from a bad component to a faulty connection. If it's a bad component, the question is what caused it to go bad? Until you have solved that, you haven't fixed the problem.
For instance a shorted rotor could cause the regulator to fail or a bad regulator could cause the rotor to overheat. Keep in mind there is no return on electrical parts, so trial and error can get expensive fast.
If you cannot find out what component is bad by doing the troubleshoot procedure, you may need to bite the bullet and get it into a service center in your area. Here is a link to help if you need to do that - Bruce
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