MEP Drawing restoration

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I think we are in better shape now with that one than we were when I started. :)

I'll take care of those items tonight and give it another look myself.

Then I'll start working on the circuit breakdowns.

Tripple Jim - Once I'm done redrawing everything into an editable format it would be possible to organize the drawings for the 802/3 machines to make them easier to work with.
 

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I've looked over the manuals and found page after page of partial schematics and block diagrams, but don't fully understand everything yet. Maybe with more time I'll figure it out. It came up because I'd like to offer some sort of solution for failed regulators.
 

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3. L5, (Fuel Solenoid) the wire from terminal "C" should have CR1 marked next to it going downwards.

Super job! And you work cheap!!!! Come on over here to visit, I will buy you beer for a while Partner.
I want to double check this one. I don't have CR1 on my reference schematic coming off Term C of L5. I have it on the diode from the output of the alternator (G2).

I do find myself in Europe from time to time. I could show up for that beer. :D

I've included the latest version. I think we are running out of corrections. Excellent.
 

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Looking better than good. I just looked at the TM, newest, and the previous one also. Both show CR1, but check it out anyway.

I am going to send a PM with some more documents concerning the wire diagrams I have. They were blown up, for easier reading, but the quality is not the best.

Well, if you are in the A.O., come one! I can show you the best of the best in beer breweries. Pretty country also.

Later,
Guy
 

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I want to double check this one. I don't have CR1 on my reference schematic coming off Term C of L5....
I see the CR1 text but no diode symbol there in the 803 TM dated 1 September 1993.

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However when I looked at the TM for the 802 the CR1 text isn't there.
 

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I'm not quite done yet. I've been traveling a good bit over the last couple of weeks and haven't had a lot of time to work on it.
 

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I have the base layer ready to go. I think all the errors have been corrected.

I've started working on the circuit layers. I have the B+ one done. The software isn't merging them as it is supposed to though. I have a help ticket in to ask about it.

More to come as I have time to work on it.
 

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Can a few members download the drawing and let me know if the layer feature is working with your PDF reader? You should be able to turn off the B+ layer and make the highlighting go away.

I've tested it with Adobe and it works.
 

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If you have Adobe Acrobat you should be able to open the "Layers" dialog and toggle them on and off with the little eyeball icons next to each layer.
 

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I still cant get it to turn on and off. Heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeelp!
First open the file with Adobe Reader
On the far left of the screen may be a tiny arrow about half way down the screen.
This..
Step 1.JPG

Click the arrow and you should get this (if it's not already visible)
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Now click the circled item above and you should get this.
Step 3.JPG
By clicking on the items above you should be able to turn the different layers on and off.
 
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