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    You may have a bad starter.

    When a starter starts to go bad it begins drawing more and more current simulating a bad battery.

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    I found a Starter repair shop 15 miles away.
    They say they may be able to repair if needed and only if they can find repair parts.
    Does anyone know the manufacturer?
    Kris
    Last edited by KLChurch; 10-08-2019 at 15:52. Reason: Question prolly for the repair shop
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    There ya go! More bench testing and this time it's BIG! Let's see what Guy's take is on this if he can stay away from his Oberndorfer Edel Pils for a few minutes!



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    Quote Originally Posted by KLChurch View Post
    I found a Starter repair shop 15 miles away.
    They say they may be able to repair if needed and only if they can find repair parts.
    Kris

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    Now we know, the starter will draw 540 Amps during cranking with a shaft output of 26 foot pounds, that's a heavy hitter!
    Last edited by peapvp; 10-08-2019 at 16:01. Reason: typo

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    It sounds like you have a dead short to ground starter failure. Mostly its a rotor or winding. If you decide to get it fixed, and they can, give them the test procedures Peter published, or print out the test procedures in the -34 TM. I would also look at your starter, and find out what model it is. It should have one of the below listed NSN's and part #. Then look in the -24P and print out the parts info and picture. If you need a bunch of tech data on some of these below listed starters, I have some, but not for all. This was a VERY common starter. I am sure you can also look someplace besides flebay. This starter testing my be above Kris's level of test equipment. The starter shop should be able to do this easy. Also, they can run the rotor on a "Growler" tester. Its tests the rotor winding's and commutator.

    Starter, 15 & 30 KW & Gamma Goat & several different 5K fork lifts
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    NSN: 2920-00-361-1436 (Discontinued, replaced by 75-0887, NSN: 2920-01-105-2053)
    Part number:1113188 (discontinued. replacement: 2920-00-679-5875, (also discontinued, Replacement: 2920-01-055-4085, still good NSN)
    Part number: MS35010-2 (no record, bad part #)

    NSN: 2920-01-105-2053, (it also replaced 2920-01-041-9924) (was also discontinued, replaced by 2920-01-337-4051)
    Part number:1113250, (no record, bad part number)
    Part number:75-0087, (NSN: 2920-01-337-4051, Good NSN)

    Looked all this mess up in the flebay. Found one 2920-00-361-1436, part #: 1113188
    Cost 345 bucks.

    Tonight it is: Sternla Bier.


    I feel so sorry for you guys. I do.
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    Guy,
    Is that a Pilsner Beer? My dad liked German Pilsners
    Kris
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    Yep, Pils. Tomorrow night its dark beer night. I only drink one a night, well, mostly. This weekend was long and bloody. Germany celabrate brithdays full tilt boogie. My wife had birthday on Sunday. I went to an AC/DC cover band concert on Saturday. Came home at 02:00. Friday was a dry day. I am too old to run with the big dogs anymore. And glad its that way.

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    Shipped the frequency whatever to Peter. He should have it Thursday.
    Next is to remove the starter. I should have it at the shop tomorrow.
    Kris
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    Back in my days, I did some consulting for Mercedes Benz in Stuttgart Untertürkheim where their HQ and engine manufacturing plant is/was located at and they had a Stuttgarter Hofbräu Bierautomat in every break room where one could procure a bottle of ice cold liquid Gold for 1.00 Deutsch Mark ( US$ 0.50 back then) for a half Liter Bottle.

    then I branched out and the US Military got a hold of me and who sent me to Heilbron, Ludwigsburg, Karlsruhe, Stuttgart and Böblingen....

    and I found this, the original:

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    This is what a fully operational Bierautomat looked like back in the day

    Note: Beer, Hard Cider and Wine in Germany are exempt from the Liquor Laws, hence they can be consumed 24/7 even while working, emphasis was on drink responsibly....


    Prost Mahlzeit

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    WoW,
    I want one of those. Novelty and a HOOT.
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