We have someone who doesnt know squat about cutouts.I spent about 10 years as a mechanic and 40 years in radio and tv and appliance service.I still do some starter,alternator and generator service in my shop.I do welder and battery charger repair.I have tried to explain how to check the shunt coil in a cutout or 3 relay voltage regulator.Open shunt coils are a common problem.I have a joker telling me the 56 Ford cars were 12 volt.I know this because I was there.Chevy went 12 volt in 1955.A stuck cutout will show a discharge on the ammeter of any car truck or tractor.You cant put a cutout on backward on generator mounted cutouts because of the offset mounting ears.The 9n cutout in mounted on a flat surface and can be wired wrong just by putting it upside down.Same with old JD tractors.If you discount years of experience you are a fool.
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