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electrolosis leads??

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John Saeli

12-17-2012 11:11:56

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Forgot which way to hook the leads up. Ruined a perfectly good 430 valve cover once because I guessed wrong. Don't want to do it again.

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12-18-2012 11:23:36

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 Re: electrolosis leads?? in reply to John Saeli, 12-17-2012 11:11:56  
Here's a link to a google search on electrolisis telling how to hook up the leads.

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Joe (Wa)

12-17-2012 13:45:42

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 Re: electrolosis leads?? in reply to John Saeli, 12-17-2012 11:11:56  
POS to the sacrificial electrode.

NEG to the part to be cleaned.


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12-18-2012 07:25:55

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 Re: electrolosis leads?? in reply to Joe (Wa), 12-17-2012 13:45:42  
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Are you sure about that? I think just the opposite. 'Course a good way to know for sure would be to do a test on something that really doesn't matter and see which direction the bubbles flow.

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12-18-2012 10:13:15

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 Re: electrolosis leads?? in reply to MisterT, 12-18-2012 07:25:55  
It's simple really. To insure you have them hooked up correctly you look to see which piece is bubbling. The piece you want cleaned is the one that should be bubbling. You can also sometimes see the flow of things, to help you out.

I can never remember either but, the above tip is how I always proceed.

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12-17-2012 12:36:59

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 Re: electrolosis leads?? in reply to John Saeli, 12-17-2012 11:11:56  
My old Abes News article states to connect the object to be cleaned to the negative/black terminal.

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dennis min

12-17-2012 11:54:02

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 Re: electrolosis leads?? in reply to John Saeli, 12-17-2012 11:11:56  
Here's what helped me...

POS equals positive, which also in text slang stands for "piece of S*&^".

Tells me what to hook where.


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