Question about 2002 MZ Skorpion 660 Tour
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It should be at the back cover, just where the model number is. If you have the TV open, it may also be found inside, maybe on or around the tuner area.
Posted on Feb 22, 2008
SOURCE: Bissel Proheat 2x circuit board
Use this link: http://www.4cleanerfloors.co.uk/cgi-bin/product.pl?PID=1278118_amp;brand=Bissell_amp;model=_amp;part=
I had the same problem. Ordered a PCB from Bissel it took 2 weeks to arive. I fitted it, then it blew again, turned out the brush motor was short circuiting. Ordered a new motor it took 10 weeks. I have now had to order the second circuit board.
Over 3 months to get this vac fixed - my advice is - don't buy Bissels!
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
Ron, what type of valve train does this bike have? If you are running shim buckets on the cams then you can figure .002" - .004" on the intake and .006" - .008" on the exhaust. Remember the valves will tighten over time which is most likely your problem, so I would adjust on the side of looser. When you check the valves check to see what they average for clearance and you may be able to determine if you need looser or tighter adjustments that what I suggested. You also want to make sure you adjust the cam chain, that makes a huge difference in low speed performance. I'm thinking you have some very tight valves right now though.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
SOURCE: ziener diode
Yes, Zener diodes can work both on forward and reverse biasing. The primary difference between a zener diode and the ordinary junction diode is it is designed specifically to operate with a reverse bias voltage that is high enough to cause the the device to breakdown and conduct a high reverse current. Hope this answers your question and provides you with some help. If you need further assistance please let me know.
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Posted on Dec 08, 2008
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