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07-05-2013 13:06:20

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Is your cutout working?

You could temporarily jumper the two wires while running to see
if it will charge. Don't leave it that way or it will drain the battery.

Cutout could be bad, or it could be wired backwards.

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07-05-2013 13:32:50

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 Re: generator in reply to Royse, 07-05-2013 13:06:20  
what 2 wires are you talking about generator wire on bottom of cutout and amp guage wire on top jumper those together ? not much on wiring as you can probally tell

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07-05-2013 13:10:24

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 Re: generator in reply to Royse, 07-05-2013 13:06:20  
forgot to say it's a 1 wire generator

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07-05-2013 13:25:32

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 Re: generator in reply to roadteck, 07-05-2013 13:10:24  
looks like cutout has generator wire run to bottom
connection and top connection wire run to amp guage is that correct ?

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07-05-2013 14:38:16

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 Re: generator in reply to roadteck, 07-05-2013 13:25:32  
tried jumper wire same thing is it possible amp guage is backwards ?

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07-06-2013 20:39:48

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 Re: generator in reply to roadteck, 07-05-2013 14:38:16  
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I don't think so. When you turn on the lights, the gauge should
show discharge because they are drawing on the battery.
Just as you say it does.

Do you have an analog volt meter to test with?
A cheap one will work as long as its not digital.

Double check the ground on your generator also.

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07-06-2013 15:03:49

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 Re: generator in reply to roadteck, 07-05-2013 14:38:16  
Turn on the lites.Ammeter should move to discharge or minus side.Battery could be connected wrong if it moves positive.

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