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Re: Schumaker Battery chargers got around to looking

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Brad Buchanan

01-25-2013 14:44:06

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Hey Rich!

Can't figger out why this Schumacher machine doesn't work..

Was fine until the wife ran it down with the bucket truck.


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pete black

01-25-2013 20:49:54

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 Re: Schumaker Battery chargers got around to looking in reply to Brad Buchanan, 01-25-2013 14:44:06  
the old adage applies here: if you can't fix it with a hammer then you have an electrical problem.

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01-25-2013 17:56:10

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 Re: Schumaker Battery chargers got around to looking in reply to Brad Buchanan, 01-25-2013 14:44:06  
Heck a little time with a big hammer and block of hardwood and it'll be back in shape. The dials and gauges aren't broken.LOL The neighbor had one that looked about like that when it met the same fate. They just threw it in the hole and buried it. Jim

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01-25-2013 15:04:55

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 Re: Schumaker Battery chargers got around to looking in reply to Brad Buchanan, 01-25-2013 14:44:06  
Shoot just pull all the parts out of it making sure you have it wired right and it would probably still work just fine. Just need to weld up a box that is made from 1/2 inch steel so it is truck proof/wife proof

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