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    So since he admits in post #1 "I'm pretty useless...

    So since he admits in post #1 "I'm pretty useless in diagnosing electrical issues"
    He also seems to not want to follow instructions and report back what he did and what the results were:
    I have not...
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    lets skip the motor nameplate info for now. ...

    lets skip the motor nameplate info for now.

    Post pictures of the "bad" N21's and also a picture of where they came off.


    "So I assume I'd measure between the L1/L2/L3 connectors at the top of...
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    Remove the other heaters and post pictures of...

    Remove the other heaters and post pictures of them and where they came from, you said you had 2 that were open.
    You are missing solder pot on the picture you did post. I want you to leave the...
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    Just WOW, there is so much muddled thinking in...

    Just WOW, there is so much muddled thinking in this post I don't know where to start.
    Coupled with things are not connected properly along with self inflicted problems along the way.

    N21's are...
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    Since you seem to want to buy parts, lets make...

    Since you seem to want to buy parts, lets make sure you buy the correct ones first.



    That is because your switch has been replaced with a Cutler Hammer.
    Here is one on ebay :Eaton Cutler...
  6. My in line exciter round dial and my wiad square...

    My in line exciter round dial and my wiad square dial seem to take the same size cover.

    16 7/8" X 12 1/4" with the mounting pins 15 1/16" CC

    I have 2 aluminium covers without mounting handles...
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    Next step is to make sure you have all 3 phases...

    Next step is to make sure you have all 3 phases from the RPC.
    120 V to ground for the power company phases and 200 +/- on the manufactured phase.
    Then roughly 200 - 240 Volts phase to phase.
    ...
  8. I may have one for the front, I will be in the...

    I may have one for the front, I will be in the shop where the parts are this weekend, I will try to snap a couple of photos of what I have.

    Bill
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    There should be a lubricator in the air line for...

    There should be a lubricator in the air line for the power drawbar.

    Many table nuts were one piece to speed up machine assembly. Take it out and cut it in two at the split in the center.
    Make...
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    Broken lube lines should be noticable, extra oil...

    Broken lube lines should be noticable, extra oil in coolant, or puddles on the floor.
    Many systems with broken lines will still seem work properly because the switch will momentarily operate at the...
  11. [QUOTE=dinotom;3507632]Shown below is an image of...

    [QUOTE=dinotom;3507632]Shown below is an image of the MG unit's generator commutator. It looks like the brushes have worn a good depth groove in the commutator. I don't think stoning will do much as...
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    You have a power drawbar, I didn't see the...

    You have a power drawbar, I didn't see the control buttons for it.
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    Since this is a new installation, insure that the...

    Since this is a new installation, insure that the manufactured phase does not power the main contactor coil.
    The main contactor is located under the cover at the back of the headstock.

    As Donie...
  14. Thread: 1942 10ee

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    This is a conversion I did several years ago...

    This is a conversion I did several years ago using the Parker 514c-16 four quadrant DC Controller, with full documentation:

    43 10ee MG with Parker 514c-16 DC Controller


    Bill
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    It looks like a standard T handle round dial....

    It looks like a standard T handle round dial.
    There may be a set of transposing gears under the cover on the headstock end.

    The "add on" gear box is for back gear or open belt, not metric.

    Bill
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    I would put a couple of drops at each bearing....

    I would put a couple of drops at each bearing.
    It may seem free, but unless there is a nice oil film on the shaft in the bearing,
    it may have trouble running.

    Bill
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    The first picture is of the coolant pump? it...

    The first picture is of the coolant pump?
    it appears to be dual voltage 380 and 416 Volt.

    An in focus close up photo of the speed control panel in your second picture will provide info on what...
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    Since there is no wiring diagram number on the...

    Since there is no wiring diagram number on the nameplate, this may be a 1 off product.

    To help us to determine what you have, I have a few questions to get more info.

    1. What is your shop...
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    I have used china markers, I prefer white or...

    I have used china markers, I prefer white or black depending on if the dial is steel or chrome plated.
    Bill
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    It was not disconnected before removing the...

    It was not disconnected before removing the saddle.

    I posted on this thread my repair for a similar problem.
    ...
  21. Cal has asked me to look the copper over. All...

    Cal has asked me to look the copper over.

    All brushes must be free in the holders. They are nearly full length in the photo.
    Any that are removed must go back in the same place and not flipped...
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    +thyr tube leg (either side) if fires and works...

    +thyr tube leg (either side) if fires and works great.

    I am not sure what your calling the "+thyr tube leg" is.
    There are 2 filament leads (the large ones) and the grid lead (the small lead).
    ...
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    The fibers are the filter for the unit. It...

    The fibers are the filter for the unit.
    It doesn't take much crud to get past the felt filter and plug the metering unit.
    There is a lot of crud in the felt you have picked out.
    It is wise to...
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    Might want to check this thread out: SB 10K...

    Might want to check this thread out:

    SB 10K Machined back plate for 4-jaw 6" chuck - How I did it with some GLOAT!
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    You will not get anything to move till you deal...

    You will not get anything to move till you deal with the servo alarm, you are probably in estop besides.
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