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'52 SC Generator question

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Crispin

10-23-2002 06:46:04
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Can someone identify the two lugs on the top rear of my generator? It is an AUTO-LITE with regulator on top. Which is the field leed?




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klyde

10-23-2002 09:34:20
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 Re: '52 SC Generator question in reply to Crispin, 10-23-2002 06:46:04  
most times the posts are different .... small is field ....when in doubt look inside ...field goes to the fields.. armature goes to a brush... ground goes to a brush... feild hooks to a brush on other end, wether its a 2 or 3 brush generator.. if a 2 brush its with the armature brush... 3 brush its the 3rd brush. hope this helps



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Crispin

10-23-2002 12:04:21
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 Re: Re: '52 SC Generator question in reply to klyde, 10-23-2002 09:34:20  
Klyde, Thanks. Can you tell me... when you look inside the regulator, there is a light coil covered with paper and a heavy wire coil. Does one of these go to the field?



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klyde

10-24-2002 09:53:15
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 Re: Re: Re: '52 SC Generator question in reply to Crispin, 10-23-2002 12:04:21  
heavy wire wound coil goes to armature, contact points should be open when not running. light wired coil goes to field, and contactsshould be closed when not running



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Crispin

10-23-2002 12:00:26
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 Re: Re: '52 SC Generator question in reply to klyde, 10-23-2002 09:34:20  
Klyde, Thanks. Can you tell me... when you look inside the regulator, there is a light coil wrapped in paper and a heavy wire coil. Is one of those the field?



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