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    I just purchased a 1940 10EE in reasonable condition. Battered up with broken handles etc but very little wear.

    The previous owner sold it because of his old age and I cannot speak with him. He is hospitalised.

    The lathe is of the Motor generator series but the MG was replaced by a single phase multiple voltage input and both 120 and 240 outputs. Solid-state rectifier bridges supply both 120 and 240 DC.

    The motor runs but in high gear I obtain 1740-2800 Rpm and in low, 500-800. The speed reducing feature does not permit me to go lower. Very little speed modulation.

    Is this because of the use of this transformer/ rectifier arrangement???

    Does any one know where I could find a Wiring Diagram???

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    I have a wiring diagram for 10EE MG (ca.) 1952. It does not meet your descrition, however. In .tiff format, it is rather large, but I offer it nonetheless.

    My suspicion is the trans/rectifier, as the probable culprit.

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    Hi Frink
    on the original arrangement with a motor-gen
    was the output fixed or was it ajusted by the pots and if it was fixed, what were the values. PAT You can send along the tiff file if you could be so nice to my email adress


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