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|dennis page||On a 6-volt generator- do I need to have a resistor or some load on the field side of the generator in order for it to produce a charge? All I need is for the generator to charge the battery but don't know exactly how to connect the field side of the generator.
|Mike Foth||Regarding your generator question, first of all do not run the generator without a load. On a WD-45, the resistor is an integral part of the charging system. Plus, when the battery is taken out of the system, one needs to re-polarize the generator - every time. My allis dealer had a photo copy of a new generator circuit because the original type resistor was no longer available. Not sure how many ohms it is or what the wattage rating of orignial is but I'm sure I could find out, or sen a copy of the new circuit to you. I think you can take the generator to a auto parts shop and have them check it in their machine but call them first. Otherwise, you could convert to a 12v system with a Delco alternator - plans usus aval on internet, but I think I saved a copy.
I need some help, can I braze a patch on my rusted out wheel for my WD-45 or do I need a new wheel?
|Greg Warner||I would go buy a 6 volt voltage regulator and follow the instructions with it. it explains how to "polarize" the regulator and gives a wiring diagram. You may have a bad regulator. The points burn out after a while and stick. I converted to 12v. More starting power. same starter. Runs good. GW
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