Find the model number of your tractor.
Looked at the drawings for ET model 26AE20CA & DA.
That's the closest thing I have to the EGT-200.
The only thing I see on the print is a MOV (metal oxide varistor)
mounted on card number 3. It is for spike suppression.
Aka transient voltage suppression. Also called VDR-1 on the prints.
It would look like a red or orange disc capacitor.
It is connected between points 1 & 7 on the card.
There are 4 or 5 resistors and that disc on the card.
If that has burned you have a motor problem.
A lot of sparking at the brushes.
The MOV is the only thing I see on the prints that would even
look like a capacitor. The MOV number should look like
V130LA20A, I do not have the exact number. Mine are
all painted. But 20 mm discs are listed in Newark, and other catalogs.
There is only 2 cards in the E-20 numbered 3 and 4.
In another book I have for the 26AE20EA.
There is a separate strip for the diode and varistor assembly.
And the resistors are on a card by themselves.
There is also a note that at some time the VDR was installed on card 4
"to facilitate manufacturing."
Hope this helps.
Mike DeLiso Bellmawr NJ
On Wed, 5 May 2004 16:38:33 -0400 "Phil or Carol Hackney" <phackney execulink com> writes: