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Will charge no more.

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Richard from SE AZ

10-29-2012 22:00:01
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I have tried to keep everything working on my 2N the way it should. But,I have never been able to get the cutout to release so I have made it a habit to disconnect the battery after using the machine.Well, I got distracted by a strong wind that came up and in my hurry to shut the shop doors I forgot to take off the battery cable. Now it won't charge. Any ideas as to what I burned up?




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soundguy

10-30-2012 06:06:19
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 Re: Will charge no more. in reply to Richard from SE AZ, 10-29-2012 22:00:01  
i agree with jmor.. check the cutout.. it may have finally opened for you :)

If it is the cutout.. gut it and hit radio shack and buy a 25a full wave bridge and wire in one of the segemnts across the arm / bat terminals on the cutout.

for positive ground.. that means gen provides (-).. thus the diode symbols need to be wired a specific way.

one side has a flat line, the other a triangle.

wire the flat line side to arm, and the triangle side to bat.

it's good for 25a which is mor ethan 2x what your genny can make.. and it's got 3 built in spares IF that segment ever gives out.

or you could parallel a set of segments and have 50a capacity.. :), and a spare..

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JMOR

10-29-2012 22:11:15
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 Re: Will charge no more. in reply to old, 10-29-2012 22:00:01  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeNot a lot of possibilities there..........cut out or generator.

Jumper across cut out & see if it charges.........if not generator is likely...unless some wiring/connections burned up.



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