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South Florida sources

Postby Leonard Nero on Thu Jun 18, 2009 4:18 pm

The mechanic troubleshooting my Ample Power System said to ask you
> where in the West Palm Beach, FL area to take the 165 Ah Ample Power
> alternator for a check-up of the "field" which seems to be jumping in
> and out; or, the Smart Regulator is going bad; or the wire lead from
> the "field" to the regulator and tachometer is bad. Do you have a
> vendor in the southeast Florida area (West Palm Beach/Ft.
> Lauderdale/Miami) or repair facility that you recommend? As we are
> figuring this out as we go, may I also inquire if you have people in
> this area who know the Ample Power System enough to trouble shoot my
> JOSS. She came from Seattle and the instruction manuals indicate the
> previous owners (Ian/Anna) communication with you folks.
> Thank you and,
> Kindest regards,
> Lenny
> Leonard Nero
>> Nero Environmental Resource Organization>
> 266 Flamingo Drive
>> West Palm Beach, FL 33401
>> (561) 835-6668
>> (561) 366-9473 fax
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Re: South Florida sources

Postby ruth on Thu Jun 18, 2009 6:35 pm

Leonard, we would recommend Kel Marine Services, Greg Kelchner, 954.609.5619, Ft. Lauderdale. Greg has installed our equipment since the late 1990s. There's also Lauderdale Battery, 954.525.2046, Aulan Fitzpatrick. Let us know if you need more information. Thanks for contacting us.
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Re: South Florida sources

Postby Coulomb on Thu Jun 18, 2009 6:48 pm

Have you read the information here?

The regulator will not overcharge batteries just to keep the tachometer alive.
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Re: South Florida sources

Postby Leonard Nero on Fri Jun 19, 2009 8:11 am

Ruth - thank you. Its a great system and has operated almost flawlessly since installation in 1999, inlcuding at low RPMS which seems can be an issue according to the other response and reference link. An electrical engineer installed the system in Seattle with direct access to the Ample Power folks and seems to have done an extraordinary job based on my years as a mechanic with Rybovich years ago. Greg sounds like a resource with experience with the Ample Power System who will know what he's looking at and the nuances of its behavoir. Again, thank you. Lenny
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