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Regulator problem

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  • Regulator problem

    Have a CNGMRH regulator that has been working over 2 years. Now when I start the motor it starts and stops after a few seconds.
    I know its the regulator that is the problem because when I install a diff regulator motor runs ok.
    Have is what I have done so far.
    1. Check solenoid when I power it up can hear a click inside regulator and coil has resistance.
    2. Check filter. Ok
    3 Removed one cover which has a rubber disk inside, looks ok. no holes.

    Far as I have gone.

    Any ideas?

    Ron

  • #2
    IIRC Those are low cost regulators , . Just replace it if you have access to spares. My 2 cents of advise

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    • #3
      was able to repair regulator

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