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PostPosted: Thu Mar 20, 2008 11:39 am    Post subject: Captwoody Reply with quote

Hey Tim,

I have not heard from you lately you fall off the face of the earth? How is it going? Did you get the boat fixed and is it home yet! Let us know if you need any help or just stop by and say hi once in a while!

Mike - Wink
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 04, 2009 1:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi, Mike. It's been quite a while since we spoke but dad has been pretty
ill, and out of town, so I've not been able to do all the boat stuff I've needed to. A mechanic was helping me and it was sounding as though it's about to start but
it just won't yet. I'm wondering if one of the electrical wires that you and
I disconnected is keeping it from running. It's been a long time since we
spoke but I guess you either haven't gotten my messages or have been
too busy to help lately. Anyway, I sure do appreciate all your help and
hope I can get a little more until I get it running. Please either e-mail me
at Delmakr@aol.com or call at 803-319-2129 when it's convenient. Thanks
again and have a great day...........Tim
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 22, 2009 9:55 pm    Post subject: Captn Woody Reply with quote

Well been busy and Had a back operation that has been taking its time healing up so haven't had alot of time!

Is the Genny running as of yet? Could be I would have to talk to you while you are there on the boat so we could try a few things. Since it is a diesel it needs air and fuel to run! Remember I told you to check the all the cut off switches there is one that will prevent it from running the vane switch. If it is open NO fuel! There is a time delay override until the engine is up to speed! Remember I told you to make sure it was not rusted shut being that it has not run for a while. All that closes the vane switch is air from the genny fan. If there is even a little bit of mechanical resistance (read, rust or corrosion) it won't close completeing the circuit.

Well keep trying, and hope your dad is better!

Mike -
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