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Does the 5825 charge only on a single voltage (120 or 230 volts ac) or is it 100 to 250 volts usable everywhere.

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Hello, It depends where you bought it.But now a days most of the power units come either in DUAL VOLTAGE (switchable ) or UNIVERSAL VOLTAGE ..USA (110 v AC) and European (230 V AC )..it works in between.The later one automatically accepts the plug in voltage without any switch.
If you look carefully his info should have been posted ( with tiny letters ) onto the power adapter.
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Model 5825XL can be used with 100-240V as it has an internal automatic voltage converter

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Need a wireing diagram for 149 cub cadet mower tractor it does not charge


The Battery Won't Charge or stay charged.
Several possibilities
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  2. Bad insulation on the wiring somewhere and the battery drains down.
  3. The alternator is not putting out enough power or no power at all.
  4. The battery is bad.
Let's consider the battery first. This is an easy check if you have a cheap, simple volt meter. It's much better to have an old fashioned needle meter rather than a digital. The needle is more sensitive, much quicker, and makes a clearer diagnostic tool. But not to worry, for you fancy folks a digital still works (sometimes the results are not as easy to decipher).
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  2. Attach the red and black leads of the meter to the positive and negative posts of the battery. Most modern day digital meters don't care if the polarity is correct or not. However, if you have a needle meter, best to put the positive of the battery with the red wire of the meter; otherwise the needle will not be happy with you.
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  4. "Load Test". Turn the key to crank the engine while keeping your eyes on the meter. Whether the engine cranks (turns over) or not, the meter should not fall much below 11 Volts. If it falls below 10 volts or worse yet below 9 volts, the battery has a bad cell or two. Replace the battery, charge it, and repeat the test.
  5. If the engine starts, rev it up and watch the meter.
    1. If the charging system is working the voltage on the meter should quickly rise above 13 volts.
    2. If it rises up strongly towards the 14 volt range this indicates the charging system of the machine is working.
    3. If it plays around down near 12 volts you are reading the recovered voltage of a good battery, but the charging system is not working.
    4. If it simply stays below 11 volts, the battery and the charging system are both suspect.
      1. Charge you battery.
      2. Repeat the test.If you get the same results...continue
      3. Replace the battery.
      4. Fully charge it,
      5. Repeat the tests before worrying about the charging system.
Note: if the battery falls below 9 volts the fuel cut off, a black cylinder on the bottom of the carburetor (if your model has this), will cut off the gas supply to the carburetor.

If the battery passes all the tests and you still don't get 13-14 volts of charge it's time to test the charging system.

Small engines have 3 different possible alternators, standard circuit, dual circuit, tri circuit. I would need the exact engine model numbers in order to precisely answer your question. Often mower models have choices for the engine they come with. In this situation the engine model is more important than the model of the mower.

Testing an alternator is fairly simple; all you need is the same multi-meter used for battery testing. Do take note: The settings for battery testing are DC Volts. The Settings for Stator or Alternator testing are AC Volts (in the 50 Volt range).
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This 25 hp engine has 3 different possible alternators, standard circuit, dual circuit, tri-circuit. I would need the exact engine model numbers in order to precisely answer your question. Often mower models have choices for the engine they come with. In this situation the engine model is more important than the model of the mower.

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DC volt meter to battery terminals to see if you get 13-14 volts DC with engine running.
Next, locate voltage regulator and unplug connector for wires coming FROM the regulator, and hook up the DC voltmeter.
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If not, locate and unplug wires coming from alternator to regulator, and hook up AC (note change from DC to AC) voltmeter.
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This will let you know where the problem is, and what needs to be replaced.

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I will go in Italy , may I use 220 V to charge my Philishave 5825 ?


If your shaver is a 110/120 V-AC razor, you MUST use a voltage converter that will allow you to charge/use your shaver while on your trip.

I would not reccommend you attempt to use it directly, since you still would need a special cord with a plug for the different outlets in Europe.

Purchase a converter/adapter kit and you can use anything with your existing power cords, with the proper adapters in the kit, without an worries.

Have a great trip and hope you find this Very Helpful. Best regards!

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