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RE: (ET) "new" E-20.
- Subject: RE: (ET) "new" E-20.
- From: Larry Elie <lelie ford com>
- Date: Mon, 8 Nov 1999 10:04:25 -0500
- Sender: owner-elec-trak cosmos5 phy tufts edu
Umm... If someone really neads a particular schematic, I do have an 'owner
and can scan and post it. If one neads a LOT of schematics, you should
buy one. Even if
it is out of print, Technical Service makes and sells reprints.
From: Brenda Harrison & Tim Krokowski[SMTP:krowharr bcpl net]
Sent: Sunday, November 07, 1999 9:15 PM
To: Elec-Trak cosmos5 phy tufts edu
Subject: (ET) "new" E-20.
Greetings one and all,
I just finished reading Darryl McMahon post to the list and I was
that I thought it was about time I got off my duff and wrote in.
I've been watching the list for about two years because I like the
a tractor that does the job with less noise and pollution.
A couple months ago I found an E-20 that was only a few hours away
was fully functional except for a few minor repairs. One drawback of the
purchase was no documentation (schematics, parts list, et cetera). I
didn't think this would be a problem but after a few mishaps I started
looking for where I can obtain more information. Below are some questions
I haven't found in either of the great websites by Darryl or Walt (thanks
for putting the websites together and their inspiration).
Are there any schematics posted on a website or do I have to go
Technical Services as the main source?
How do I access the archive?
It continues to be fun reading about everyone's experiences and
now I can
even know what some of you all have gone through with your machines.
Til next time,
It all started with compact fluorescent lights. Before you know it there
was a corded electric pushmower, an active/passive solar house and then an
electric tractor. Who knows what's next! Oh yeah, I just got that
Inverter/battery backup for the house.