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Electric generator...

Hi, this is my first post on this board.
Last week, I moved to my new home. I had my bike, kids' bicycles, generator, pet cages and a few other types of equipment to be transported to my new home.
I wanted everything to be relocated perfectly and I hired nearby international moving services for help. Thy delivered it flawlessly, and my family ruined everything. My son tried to help them and the generator fell down. It is NSM ES80C Single phase synchronous brush-less - dual voltage 110 - 230v with a Honda engine(2014 model). I guess it is 2.7 KV or something. To confirm whether it is working or not, my son plugged the iron straight into the generator instead of connecting through the inverter! Evidently, something floundered and a switch was tripped. What should I do now? Fetch a mechanic?
I'm so sorry for the feeble description. I know nothing about engines or electrics so that's this is what I can explain.
If anyone can help and needs any particular questions answering, I will do my level best to get them clarified.

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Welcome to the forum!

I'm not familiar with that generator, but Googling it turned up an oddly similar-sounding discussion thread elsewhere:

Anyways. I assume that now the generator will not produce power from any of its outlets?

I found some information on the generator head, here:

I'm guessing there is at least 1 circuit breaker on the generator. If you're lucky, the circuit breaker tripped, and you just need to reset it. Often, to reset them you just put a button in. Maybe look near where the electrical outlets are. If you have suitable devices, and there are multiple outlets (for the different voltages), try plugging something into the outlet for each voltage, to see if any power is being produced, at either voltage.
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