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    Re: 3 phase : rotation of motor.

    Yes, just swap over any two of the three live conductors (usually done in the motor's terminal box) which will reverse the rotation.
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    Disappointed that Mrs Zaza hasn't been talked into loaning one of her nylons to a good cause! :D


    For starters-
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    Re: Weidemann electronic issue

    safety switches on handbrake and seat?
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    Re: Weidemann electronic issue

    Like Ironhead, a Weidemann is outside of my experience, but with something like this, hunt out all the earth connections especially between chassis & cab, powertrain & chassis particularly if there...
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    Re: Hydraulics myths

    My answer has to be- a good quality one in either application.

    Some people have terrible hygiene standards when it come to decanting oil into engines- dirty jugs and funnels, dirt and dust in...
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    Re: Hydraulics myths

    Revolver may of been a trade name for the ones back then in the 80/90's. This is the sort of thing-
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    Re: Hydraulics myths

    At the viner course we had slides showing under a microscope the differences of "new oil" and oil filtered to a higher standard which was very noticeable. Way before the New Viner course the Pea...
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    Re: Hydraulics myths

    The bit to consider in an effort to understand the principle are the ideals required, ie the gland seal being 100% leak proof and the ports being fully sealed! Not something that often occurs in...
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    Re: I'm a lucky idiot

    I can't imagine that your ever going to sell it on completion of the original excuses used to justify its purchase so worrying about effecting the resale value is one less concern ;) :D
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    Re: JCB JZ140 engine error codes

    Sounds like the flywheel sensor was only telling the truth in that it was running at low rpm for some reason and that had to be the stop bolt allowing the revs to drop!

    I used to be registered...
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    Re: JCB JZ140 engine error codes

    Hi John,

    Some info for you.

    1st, not sure if you can access JCB's online parts there in Taz, but heres the relevant pages-




    I guess number 22 is the stop bolt you were playing with? I...
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    Re: Mf 54 series lighting problem

    Had a good one this week servicing one of our loaders- a Manitou 735, got to the last few jobs and found the horn fuse blown, replaced it- works ok, checks the rest of the electrics only to find the...
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    Re: Mf 54 series lighting problem

    Sounds odd to fuse opposite corners? Usually its one fuse for one side and another for the other side? Has someone miss-connected the loom feeds somewhere crossing things over or is it a MF trait...
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    Re: JCB JZ140 engine error codes

    Well we were heading to this next option which I think would be a good idea still. Send me a picture of the machines serial number ID/plate and I know just the group to ask what the settings would be...
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    Re: JCB JZ140 engine error codes

    Yes, sounds like it the solenoid, either its been set up wrong or its adjustments have moved, or perhaps the solenoid has an internal issue? or is packing up?

    Also can you hook up the solenoid...
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    Re: JCB JZ140 engine error codes

    Google says that the error code is -

    I'm assuming your solenoid is the rack-puller type direct onto the injection pump stop, or via a control cable to the stop lever? First, our 456zx shovel...
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    Re: New Year greetings

    I think that has been their big advantage having just the main road connections top and bottom to patrol. Boy has said that its been mainly merchant ship crew that have made cases once the cruise...
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    Re: New Year greetings

    Crikey, missed all the fun!

    I reckon that Gee's message or link for the attachment when handled by your mail server and then posted by yourself online here has become an item saved to your...
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    Re: New Year greetings

    Hi John, Happy new year to you and equally any one else too!

    First off, your link requires us non tassies to login to view :o


    Weather wise, here in the south its been pretty mild generally...
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    Re: What type of Grease?

    Yes John, grease can be a bit like gear oils where it can be more important what the internal components are doing and what they are made out of- some gear oils will attack (iirc) phosphor bronze...
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    Re: What type of Grease?

    Go with a suitable one from the oil supplier, makes the orders up to get free deliver (if needed!) but also has to be suitable both in application and decent tubes that work well. Nothing worse than...
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    Re: Red for a change....

    Have a distant relative in the US who wasn't impressed that here in the UK we are allowed to use MS Windows security (formally Defender) FOC unlike him in the land of the free having to pay for it!
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    Re: Red for a change....

    I'm led to believe that there have been earlier variations of the Dyna6 we have so its hard to know if we're both talking about the same beast! Our two with the Dyna6 can be a bit fiddly to get into...
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    Red for a change....

    Another busy harvest and could of done without a little calibration problem towards the end. Had a snatchy clutch pedal on our 2011 MF6480 dyna6 Sisu tier3, trying to calibrate it was a no-no, it...
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    Re: Silage Cutting Licence / Contract

    I did chuckle too!

    Never mind. There is BFF on Facebook which has a huge following and is very successful, that is if Facebook is your thing of course.

    I find that unless you have these high...
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