Found the answer. Went sailing, anchored out for the night, had a couple of real cold Corona's,(Cleave's SeaFrost systems are really good), and pondered the situation. Boosted up the engine speed which gave me the higher voltage, and presumably the higher frequency. I had no way of putting a resistance load on, so my meter still showed around 200hz unloaded. Flipped in the inverter, waited for it to cycle, and it is charging
at 66 amps., which is probably correct considering the power share. AC passes through as it should, and it does still invert. I still can't grasp the concept
of "dirty power", but so what. This is a real cruising community. We cruised in the 90's on and off for about 10 years, (home based in Trinidad when we had to go try to earn some money), but this what it was like when you had a problem, many would jump in and try to help. Gord, I already had down loaded all the tech manuals
notices, but thanks for always giving a reference to availability, and to everyone else, thanks. After the Westerbeke service tech said I might be screwed, I really was let down. We are getting ready to head
out this fall for awhile, and this was a big expenditure to not have it work as expected. Gonna have a couple of cold ones tonight as we go out to watch fireworks, and this community will be part of the conversation. Thanks to all.