So we traveled to Washington DC from Orlando, FL through Roanoke Island, NC and Williamsburg, VA. On our way the generator stopped working somewhere between Williamsburg and DC. While at the Cherry Hill Park campsite in MD I was able to take apart the generator while in the RV and found that wire loom around some wires near the control board was melted. I assumed that the control board heated up so hot that it melted the loom but the casing wasn't damaged on the module or the plastic box around the module. Just the wires that ran passed the control board box. I ordered the control module from Flight Systems which were gracious to ship the board on Friday for Saturday deliver. replaced the board Saturday when I got it and still the Generator doesn't want to start. Same issue, it will prime but will not start. I was able to get the casing on the generator high enough to reach the area of the starter and was able to take video of the area all around the generator. Nothing stood out as damaged or overheated. I was able to check the voltage on the Solenoid and had power. Hit the start button and saw power going to the starter but nothing. Thanks to a neighbor camper I was able to get the starter out of the generator. Any tagging on the starter was melted and it looks as if the internal components of the starter melted as well. What crap. So I am out a control board which I do believe is damaged as well as the starter. Anyone heard of this? Is there a way I can turn the motor on the generator without replacing the starter? I would like to know that its not a seized motor and hopefully just the starter. Oil looks fine and is at level. This is the second generator this RV has had in its 9 years of existence. Are these generators just garbage with a 5 year lifespan? Is there another make of generator that is available other than Cummins?