Generator

If generator does not charge:

1. Brushes badly worn.

2. Brushes sticking in holders.

3. Relay, or current and voltage regulator, not grounded.

4. Defective relay or current and voltage regulator.

5. Commutator dirty or oily.

6. Positive brush holder grounded.

7. Generator "relay" terminal grounded.

8 cuT °r broken wire in genera«or-battery cir-

9. Broken field coil wire or loose terminal (both

10. Commutator shorted.

11. Defective armature.

If generator charging rate is below normal:

1. Regulating brush not properly adjusted.

2. Current and voltage regulator not properly adjusted.

3. Broken field coil wire or loose terminal (one coil).

4. Commutator worn and not turning true with shaft —throws brushes at high speed.

5. Commutator dirty or oily.

6. Brushes gummy and sluggish in holders.

7. Defective armature.

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