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Bogue Electric E1700 regulator


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Default Bogue Electric E1700 regulator

I'll open a new thread for this since my other one is pretty old pertaining to this generator.
I need some info on my E1700 regulator which is in my Bogue Electric SF-15-MD. With Raymond's help and modification idea I got my generator working in 2005, have been using it as a standby since then. A few months ago when I was doing my monthly test, it ran up over 300 volts and shut down on overvoltage.

I opened it up, found a mouse nest on top of the regulator board. Removing it and cleaning did not help the problem. I then found 3 transistors that were bad and replaced them.

Sunday I fired it back up, it is generating again. The problem is that I now have to run it at about 55 hz for proper voltage output. I am wondering if my repairs fixed my original issue also, so would like to put back to original to test output.

The original modification I did was to put a power resistor across terminals A and B on the E1700 regulator. I disconnected a jumper wire from somewhere, which is still attached on one end to terminal A. I did not take pictures or write down where the jumper was moved from back in 2005. It looks like it went from A to B, but can't be sure.

Does anyone have a print they can look at or a picture of the regulator board to see where this jumper goes?
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