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HELP - Meyer E-47 problem

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by norm, Feb 8, 2003.

  1. norm

    norm Junior Member
    from ne
    Messages: 2

    When the switch is flipped to raise the blade it only power angles left. Does this mean I have a bad switch? Or is it something major? If you have a solution, please e-mail me at normldude@aol.com. thank you for any assistance you can offer.
  2. The_Burning_Rom

    The_Burning_Rom Member
    Messages: 40

    Hmmmm...I'm taking a shot in the dark here, but it sounds like you have a valve that's stuck open. That's just from the experience that I've had anyway...I'm sure a lot of these guys could give you a better answer. :eek:
  3. Chuck Smith

    Chuck Smith 2000 Club Member
    from NJ
    Messages: 2,317

    The "B" valve is either stuck open, or has no magnetism. It is the coil with the red wire. The valve would be stuck closed. With all valves closed and the motor running, Meyer plows angle left.

  4. Husker1982

    Husker1982 Member
    Messages: 31

    Check your electrical plug in make sure it is in tight. If it is then unplug it and get some lithium grease and put on the plugs. This might be the problem. If a little moisture gets in there it will effect the plow movement.
  5. norm

    norm Junior Member
    from ne
    Messages: 2

    Thanks to everyone for your responses.

    Once you told me to check the B coil, I was able to trouble shoot the wiring to determine it was actually a bad switch. I really appreciate you folks sharing your knowledge.