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Re: Is this dead or can be repaired ?

Changed the 6 diodes.
It seems the alternator is still alive.
Tomorrow I'll put it on again and will test it.
Hope it works fine !!!

Will let you know ...
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Re: Is this dead or can be repaired ?

I've tested everything today.
The alternator is still alive !!!!!

It is charging batteries at 14,4 in absorption mode.
Hope it will do his work for few years now :-)
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Re: Is this dead or can be repaired ?

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