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Mel in MT

12-31-2003 16:15:27

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Has anybody got a wiring digram for a WC? I need to know what terminal on the light switch goes to the field on the gen. I have two switches and I can't seem to get any field voltage out of either one of them while bench testing them with a VOM meter. Any help would be greatly appriciated. Mel in MT.

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12-31-2003 17:26:08

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 Re: Need help wiring WC in reply to Mel in MT, 12-31-2003 16:15:27  
Mel, one end of the resistor on the switch is grounded to the case. The other end is concected to the "F" terminal on the generator. with the switch pushed in, the "F" wire is grounded thru the switch. With the switch in the second or third position, the "F" wire is directly grounded and does not go thru the resistor. THis way the generator charges at 2 amps normal, and 6-8 amps with lights on or "high" charge position. You can test the generator by grounding the "F" at the generator. sorry i dont know the letters on the switch. i can send you a e-mail of a wiring diagram for a B-C (same as WC) if you send address.

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Mel in Mt

01-01-2004 12:43:26

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 Re: Re: Need help wiring WC in reply to steve, 12-31-2003 17:26:08  
Thanks, I think that awnsered my question. The rest of the wiring I can figure out by tracing out the old wires.

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