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If you hear a click when you turn on the ignition...

If you hear a click when you turn on the ignition switch on that indicates the solenoid relay is engaging. However it does not mean the solenoid is good. You could still have bad contacts inside of...
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You probably screwed up your wiring or polarity...

You probably screwed up your wiring or polarity of the batteries if the nothing works now.
Check your wiring ,wires,terminals very closely. Check voltages with a DMM.
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Home welding ,been thinking trying aluminum welding on my Hobart mig.

I have and a Hobart Handler 135 for years. I use C25 argon gas currently and I really like the machine for home stuff. Not big enough for all projects but I have a stick welders for that.

I...
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All resistive carts start out with all the coils...

All resistive carts start out with all the coils engaged and drop them off by switches or solenoids. In your case solenoids switch in more or less resistance into the motors current. When pedal is...
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Most likely a resistive,coil controller. Pretty...

Most likely a resistive,coil controller. Pretty old cart to have a electronic controller. Its doubtful that all of the solenoids are bad. Lots of microswitches and and lots of daisy chained series...
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Joe It sounds to me that the F/R switch...

Joe

It sounds to me that the F/R switch needs to be disassembled,cleaned and
possible contact replacement. Check all the wiring real good. Most of the switches have replaceable contacts. I am...
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Pressure switch water pressures.

I am helping a old friend with his water system. Replaced a bad pump,water pressure tanks and tons of fittings not needed. However I am not sure where to set the systems pressures on two different...
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Man does that picture bring back old memories,...

Man does that picture bring back old memories, the top slide back to cover all its goodies. Fine furniture with some electronics hidden inside.
Those turn tables are fixable. Might not be as bad as...
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Even though the vehicle is old or older there are...

Even though the vehicle is old or older there are still many sensors
on it. In this case I would check the ECT. It is the Engine Coolant Temp sensor. It tells the computer to adjust the air/fuel...
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Folders with brass extenders were mainly for...

Folders with brass extenders were mainly for inside dimension,window,door,
mortise work and also roof framing and depth measuring. The extender was measuring rule with a memory. It allow you to take...
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It is possible that the ferrule is gone from the...

It is possible that the ferrule is gone from the pipe or it needs to be replaced. Many of the air fittings have a nut with a ferrule on the pipe. The nut tightens down on the ferrule and squeezes it...
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I just removed 8 of those screws yesterday from a...

I just removed 8 of those screws yesterday from a old 2 hp compressor from sears .Here is what I did to get them out. I wire brushed the nut area
lightly to clean any debris from around the nuts...
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When looking for the plug,petcock it will...

When looking for the plug,petcock it will probably be in metrics. Most of harbor freight tools use metrics.
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I did that several years ago. It works perfectly....

I did that several years ago. It works perfectly. I didn't have your brand of RO system but I simply removed the RO and the final
carbon filter. I later installed a sediment filter and two carbon...
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The pump section may need to be dissembled from...

The pump section may need to be dissembled from the other end. The engine crankshaft could have parts on the end holding the pump in place. Clips,bolts or cam. I disassembled one years ago of a...
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Dave The monitors I repaired and the caps I...

Dave
The monitors I repaired and the caps I replaced didn't need testing. They were swollen up and leaking and a couple were discolored. I simply replace what I knew did not look right and was bad. ...
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I would check the capacitors in the power...

I would check the capacitors in the power section. There have been many failures of computer monitors and flat screen tv's from leaking,swollen electrolytic capacitors. I have repaired 4 of 5...
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25 years is a long time in US manufacturing....

25 years is a long time in US manufacturing. Companies change hands and tons of records go to the dump between each change. I was wondering, is the valve assembly a reed flat metal type? It may be...
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I have had 2 pair of the short 5 inch Klein...

I have had 2 pair of the short 5 inch Klein scissors. One pair which were called splicers scissors and had two small grooves cut in the tips of one blade for stripping telephone wire. Came with...
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Fred: In the old days product were sold with...

Fred: In the old days product were sold with service information attached to the back or bottom of the device. Today with lawyers and lawsuits going on every day. Most small appliances manufactures...
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Just about all microwaves have different...

Just about all microwaves have different electrical requirements. The voltage will be the same but the wattage and (amp) requirements could be higher then the circuit for a fan hood could provide....
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I had a older table saw that had a similar setup....

I had a older table saw that had a similar setup. It used the relay to control the start capacitor ,start windings of the motor. The relay was operated in and out by the current surge. That enabled...
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The pressure switch is what controls on and off...

The pressure switch is what controls on and off of compressors if all else is working. Comes on at a preset pressure and shuts off at a preset. Check yours as it may be defective.
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I think for the most part the legs are all the...

I think for the most part the legs are all the same. Stamped out fairly thin gauge angle. Why not just fabricate a leg and brace out of similar materials. Put it on the back if visual appearance is...
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Ok.. here is the info I grabbed from a owner of a...

Ok.. here is the info I grabbed from a owner of a armature shop. He said the imported chinese pumps are split phase capacitor run motors that have little torque to get going.
He said the pumps...
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