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Re: Is the voltage regulator adjustable 150 gas

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supergrumpy

04-01-2013 16:17:35
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ok, generator did exactly what it was supposed to

problem looks to be in wiring or inside the regulator, start with easy stuff first

take all the wires off one at a time and clean the connections, one wire is usually underneath the regulator, also clean the regulator mounting base

if that doesn't improve things you have some choices:

1. open up the regulator and clean the contacts inside, the original regulators are pretty sturdy, you can try changing tension on the regulator points but it is delicate job

2. buy a replacement but I keep hearing bad things about the ones you can buy nowadays

3. my redneck way - first take battery out and charge it good, put battery back in

make up a grounding wire with good clamps on each end, after starting the tractor ground that field post, watch ammeter and keep rpms at a point where ammeter is putting some charge back into the battery

after battery is back up to snuff remove the ground wire and go get some work done

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Tom from Buckeye Lake

04-02-2013 13:56:05
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 Re: Is the voltage regulator adjustable 150 gas in reply to supergrumpy, 04-01-2013 16:17:35  
OK, I'll check further later, as you said "get some work done".
I have 120 loblolly pines to remove for new garage. Darn things are 60-70 footers. I do have 45 of the 120 down.

Should have done this twenty years ago, my 66 years are catching up with me.



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