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Re: Starter just spins

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David Bean

04-07-2014 20:58:48

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Teddy, can you be confusing a circuit with say a demand? Sounds like you are talking about a motor that draws half the amps when you double the voltage??? While that is true, that doesn't speak of the electrical circuit, it speaks of the motor or demand.

And not being mean, but "half as big" and "size" don't really define anything. For instance: "But you still can't get double the amps out of a cell that is half as big no matter when it was built." I don't know what "half as big" means. "2 batteries of the same size will produce the same wattage." What is "size"? Ya just can't make scientific arguments with amorphous terms.

...and wire "size" does not dictate fuse "size". If that were true all the houses wired with aluminum wire would have (using your terms here) 'big size' fuses. :roll:

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04-07-2014 21:13:12

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 Re: Starter just spins in reply to David Bean, 04-07-2014 20:58:48  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeDavid, I'm afraid some are just lost causes. No desire to listen & learn, just cling to whatever predisposed ignorant 'beliefs' that they hold with no basis in fact. They never present facts, just side line arguments to try to make themselves look more learned than they are. Switch topics as evasive maneuver very regularly. They have nothing to do but to troll & try to get others involved in their arguments. Prime example here...........what was this thread about? Starter drives. Where did the troll try to take it? He should be ignored, which is what I am about to do. Should have done far earlier, as such isn't worth a comma or a period.

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