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Last time the light and power was out it was the termo diode; replaced and still no power to dryier

Dryier light is off as well as power

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My friend ... you say you have replaced the battery three times ... My first thought is a MC battery lasts about 3 years . 3X3 = 9 years ... you have had excellent service getting 12 years from three batteries. But alas, I think you are saying you have replaced three batteries one right after another ... and you did this recently. You say you suspect the timing ... not the problem The time your engine fires has little to do with battery health. Next you say you suspect the starter ... the starter is a motor that you control with a switch ... it either runs or it doesn't run ... it too has little to do with battery health. I suspect there is something wrong with your Suzuki involving either the alternator or the rectifier. The inside of the rectifier you would find a bridge made up of probably 4 diodes. A diode is a one way switch that allows power to flow from A to B but not B to A. This allows the output from your alternator (AC power (Alternating Current)) to be "rectified" into a kind of power that looks to the battery like DC (Direct Current). Your motorcycle actually runs off the battery ... the alternator's job is to keep the battery charged. (By the way, you have to put power into a alternator to get power out of it since an alternator is normally not "self exciting". If your battery is dead, even if running, you are not making electricity to charge the battery.) If one or more of the diodes are shorted in the rectifier, that allows power to go from A to B and B to A. When this happens, power doesn't become "DC" to go into the battery, actually, it goes back to ground sort of like a short. That will 'kill' your battery. First off, the battery power is used up by the motorcycle, second, the alternator cannot charge the battery because its product (AC) is going to ground.

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Often it is a simple part replacement. There are 3 parts that can cause this. The most common failure is the power diode. You remove the chassis to gain access and then make sure you hold a screwdriver and ground the large capacitor at least 3 times across the terminals. Then you can check the diode by using an ohm meter across the terminals. It should read continuity in one direction only. (reverse lead polarity) If it reads in both directions OR there is no continuity then the diode has failed. Next you test the high voltage capacitor by reversing the leads and watching each time for a jump in resistance then the meter returns to infinity. (Diode must be disconnected) No jump in resistance after reversing the test leads or constant resistance = bad capacitor. Lastly the Magnetron could have failed. You read resistance of the leads of the Magnetron with one lead disconnected. You must read resistance. No resistance = bad magnetron.

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