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    Default Re: intermitted generator issue

    I took thee field wire off of the regulator. I made a new temp wire and ran it from the reg. to the gen.. I also disconnected the original field wire from the gen., of course.
    I get it and do it myself...asking the question answers it as your typing.

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    Default Re: intermitted generator issue

    Quote Originally Posted by PA-16 View Post
    That doesnt make sense, where was the temporary wire? You say from the gen to the reg, the field wire does not run from the gen to the regulator.... ok .. it can if you bypass the master switch, is that what you meant? Ran a temp wire, disconnecting the input to the master switch and output from it and connected them together to bypass the master switch?
    Sorry, should have answered about connecting the input and output field wire from master together. No, there be no reason for it but I am sure you answered that for yourself also.

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