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Re: TE 20 starter

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ivan in mich

11-19-2012 20:25:51
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John the swich was the first thing I checked and it was good. I checked the starter over today and it has a lot of endplay and when I put power to it if it worked it would spin real slow. My stud for mounting the hot wire is on the endcap and not on the side. Thanks for everyones help. Now I will have to see if it can be rebuilt. Ivan




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11-29-2012 08:05:09
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 Re: TE 20 starter in reply to ivan in mich, 11-19-2012 20:25:51  
The stud being in the end cap is the later type. What can happen is that the stud insulation where it passes through the end plate gets burnt with the heat due to a bad connection. It maybe that if you can repair the insulation where the bolt is, the starter will work again, but of course it could also be the coils are damaged in some way.Due to heat generated they become unsoldered. Brushes are another thing that wear and stick in the holders. if you need anything, just email me....John(UK)....fergusontractors@hotmail.com

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