1942 M/G 10EE cranky in the morning, no start at first.
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    Default 1942 M/G 10EE cranky in the morning, no start at first.

    Well, cranky at any time really. We have an old but serviceable round-dial that I dusted off and put back into production a little while ago. It was running fine and then one time I turned it off and after turning it back on it wouldn't start.
    The M/G turns but the drum switch doesn't do anything. I also notice the lamp someone attached to the machine is out.
    If I manually depress the F or R relay the spindle will run slowly for a moment and then pick up speed, the mounted lamp illuminates, and the machine will operate normally until I shut it off.
    So, suggestions about where to start?

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    Check the N/C contact on the AP relay, it must be closed and making contact with the spindle is not running.
    The AP relay contact will be bypassed when you manually operate the F or R relay.


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