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Online Peter in Aus

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Re: Dynamo drive slipping
« Reply #30 on: 13.09. 2018 09:36 »
Hi Peter
Thanks for the reply, No oil or debris in the belt compartment, maybe wasn't fitted ,, could I see if it was fitted? or is it on the other side of the housing

Barry
G'Day Barry, you have to remove the pulley to see it, but if it is not leaking oil forget it, the worm in the bush is doing the job so all should be good.
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Re: Dynamo drive slipping
« Reply #31 on: 13.09. 2018 09:54 »
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the worm in the bush is doing the job so all should be good.

ah hem, I know someone who fitted the wrong bush in there  *whistle*, result chamber full of oil, noticed it coming out past  the cork gasket at the dynamo, thing is the dynamo was charging just fine, toothed belt  = good
All the best - Bill
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Re: Dynamo drive slipping
« Reply #32 on: 18.09. 2018 00:09 »
Hi Mates
the belt looked good so I put it all back together, I used a solid state regulator from ebay Wasell?that was 31 pounds  all working good
Barry           
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