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Oboy, now I done did it

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frankb3

11-09-2018 06:00:16




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52 8N, 6v system

I used it and parked it about 2 months ago, same as always, then about 3 weeks ago I needed it and it wouldnt fire, did some checking and had no spark. Put battery on charge and it was showing 6.33 but still wouldnt give me a spark. Then while holding the plug wire I got a little buzz. Pulled out my manual and started checking stuff. Cleaned and re-did several connections, still no fire. Got the MM and started tracing voltage and noticed I was losing a volt, from 6.33 to 5.33 or so between the battery and coil. The wire was good, kept checking and discovered I lost the volt at the terminal block from one side to the other. Decided to remove it and clean all those connections and found the top screw terminal was loose in the block. Being the smert guy I am I figured I could just move the one wire from the top and put it on the bottom screw, serves the same purpose right? Did that and got my 6.33 volts and tractor fired right up, I let it warm up hooked to my scrape blade and proceeded to grade my driveway and put in an additional water bar for the rain. Parked the tractor, hit the off switch and it wont shut off, just keeps running. . . . . . The wire I moved came from one side of the off-on switch, I disconnected it from the switch to break the circuit but it kept running.
Got it parked where it lives and choked it into submission then disconnected the battery.

Any idea what I could have done that is causing it to not shut off? Somehow it seems to be in an always on condition which cant be good.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks guys

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HFJ

11-09-2018 14:50:40




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 Re: Oboy, now I done did it in reply to frankb3, 11-09-2018 06:00:16  
what* i don't understand...



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HFJ

11-09-2018 14:49:14




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 Re: Oboy, now I done did it in reply to frankb3, 11-09-2018 06:00:16  
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i understand why my post wasn't clear to frank. why i don't understand is why it wasn't clear to YOU.



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HFJ

11-09-2018 13:42:48




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 Re: Oboy, now I done did it in reply to frankb3, 11-09-2018 06:00:16  
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my comment was directed to tom, not to u. sorry i wasn't more clear about that.



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R Geiger

11-09-2018 10:54:25




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There was nothing wrong with your comments at all, I would say the complainer is way out of line with what he posted. We all have to learn and you learned.



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frankb3

11-09-2018 10:20:27




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 Re: Oboy, now I done did it in reply to frankb3, 11-09-2018 06:00:16  
excuse me? Is there a problem with what I posted?



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HFJ

11-09-2018 09:21:07




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 Re: Oboy, now I done did it in reply to frankb3, 11-09-2018 06:00:16  
yes, your remarks are typical of a bitter incompetent who can't even keep a simple machine running, and tries to deflect the blame.



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Hd6gtom

11-09-2018 09:12:38




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 Re: Oboy, now I done did it in reply to frankb3, 11-09-2018 06:00:16  
Typical.



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frankb3

11-09-2018 08:29:39




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 Re: Oboy, now I done did it in reply to frankb3, 11-09-2018 06:00:16  
Yep, I got the wiring diagram, my mistake was thinking the terminal block was a distribution block, when I moved the wires to a single screw on that block it tied everything together, easy fix, thanks guys!



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Bruce (VA)

11-09-2018 08:01:51




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 Re: Oboy, now I done did it in reply to frankb3, 11-09-2018 06:00:16  
Google " wiring diagrams JMOR' the next time you plan on doing any work on the wiring.


Meanwhile, do as TOH said. You have it 'hot wired " now.



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TheOldHokie

11-09-2018 07:27:12




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You have bypassed the ignition switch in the primary circuit. Put it back the way you found it and fix the problem in the ignition switch circuit.

TOH



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