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andrew davis

05-11-2019 14:32:32




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So I notice my TEA 20 is not charging. I removed battery to charge and saw that the unit under the battery (regulator?) had 4 wires coming out and one (second from the right/yellow) was not in the back of the unit. not sure how it connects in the unit are if that is the problem. This yellow wire goes to the dashboard amperes device. all suggestions welcome




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John Deere D

05-11-2019 23:18:16




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 Re: regulator in reply to andrew davis, 05-11-2019 14:32:32  
TEA-20........6 VOLT..POSITIVE EARTH

Bob...Owner TEA-20 6 Volts LUCAS Generator / Electrical system:




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Andrew Davis

05-12-2019 04:51:57




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 Re: regulator in reply to John Deere D, 05-11-2019 23:18:16  
Thanks for the info. I have a 12 volt system though. Just want to know how to take apart the regulator. Do not want to do any unnecessary tinkering.



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John Deere D

05-12-2019 07:40:52




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 Re: regulator in reply to Andrew Davis, 05-12-2019 04:51:57  
Quote:
Thanks for the info. I have a 12 volt system though. Just want to know how to take apart the regulator. Do not want to do any unnecessary tinkering.

See Info from Manual as per pictures:


Bob...



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Steve@Advance

05-11-2019 15:09:47




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 Re: regulator in reply to andrew davis, 05-11-2019 14:32:32  
Yes, that wire needs to be connected to the regulator.

Depending on how it's labeled, it will go to the "A" or "BAT" terminal.

Be careful not to let the wire touch ground, it is hot from the battery.



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Andrew Davis

05-11-2019 17:29:04




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 Re: regulator in reply to Steve@Advance, 05-11-2019 15:09:47  
The battery is disconnected. How do I reattach? It appears that the other wires going to the regulator are short and will not let me pull the unit all the way out. I guess I would need to disconnect them from where ever they go to to pull unit out. I do not want to do unnecessary stuff if I do not need to.



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miner09

05-11-2019 17:24:44




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 Re: regulator in reply to Steve@Advance, 05-11-2019 15:09:47  
Take battery cable off when reconnecting wire. Then your safe.



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