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Allis Chalmers Discussion Forum

Allis Chalmers model 5050

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Frank Ryan

10-15-2003 17:51:02

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Can someone familiar with the model 5050 give information on key switch? Mine is a 6 position with off and five additional positions. Purchased recently and some lights do not work, which position would be running lights, tail lights. I would appretiate any information on switch or where I could buy a user manual. Thanks, Frank

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Frank Ryan

10-16-2003 17:57:19

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 Re: Allis Chalmers model 5050 in reply to Frank Ryan, 10-15-2003 17:51:02  
Lloyd, Thank you for your response on AC-5050 key switch. Please send email to f.ryan@juno.com Frank in Kalamazoo MI.

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10-16-2003 09:10:19

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 Re: Allis Chalmers model 5050 in reply to Frank Ryan, 10-15-2003 17:51:02  
I have a 5050 and the owners manual. I am currently in South Carolina, but will be back home in Michigan near the end of the month. For starters, the key switch is for charging and gages on (first position CW), fender lights (I think) second position CW, and then I think safety flashers and last rear spotlight (with every thing else). I will send you a copy of the page in my manual when I get to Michigan. Send me your email address.

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Frank Ryan

10-17-2003 12:49:24

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 Re: Re: Allis Chalmers model 5050 in reply to Lloyd, 10-16-2003 09:10:19  
Lloyd, I hope you see this. Can not find way to get your email address. Mine is f.ryan@juno.com I live in Kalamazoo Michigan

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10-16-2003 04:22:07

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 Re: Allis Chalmers model 5050 in reply to Frank Ryan, 10-15-2003 17:51:02  
I don't know the AC 5050 but recently purchased a JD with a similar problem to yours, no voltage throught the switch. After cleaning all the contacts up and reconnecting everything worked fine. You may want to start there. Hope this helps.

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