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What model gen?
That is not a valid model number.
That is a valid model number.
You had typed 40beir_261004 on the first one (you can scroll up to see it).
Check both plugs on the genset to see if you are getting spark.
That cord should not have affected the genset.
Check to see if you are getting 12V to the starter solenoid on the genset.
Check the fuses on the genset. There are 2 of them.
There is no board in an NH unit. It is a solid state control.
I believe what you have is a 4.0BGE-1R/26100 unit.
However, the very last digit will be a letter, not a number. This letter is critical.
I am assuming it is either an "A" or an "H", but I need to know for sure.
On a BGE unit, there are no fuses soldered on to the control board, so I have no idea what you have done there.
The only fuse is the pull out fuse that you pull out through the front of the control panel.
Remove the control panel from the genset.
On the starter solenoid, you will see a large cable on the front (the battery cable), then you will see 2 small white wires on the side, to the left.
Remove the white wire nearest you. It should be labeled K1-S J1-2.
Test this wire for 12V while pressing the start button.
Does this wire have 12V?
I don't know where you are located, but here in Kentucky it is 11:30 PM. I have to get up at 6 to go to work.
I can give it about another 10 minutes here, but then I have to get to bed.
If you have no power to that wire, but have power to the board and the fuse is good, then the board is bad and will need to be replaced.
Have you checked this yet?