Exactly. We can’t repeat this often enough. Message from the past:
There are three kinds of men. The one that learns by reading. The few who learn by observation. The rest of them have to pee on the electric fence for themselves. Will Rogers
So, work on being the first kind and keep reading the (mostly) wisdom found at this site.
From: Ray Jones [mailto:1970hurst@xxxxxxxxx]
I said I knew about the spring.
My learning experience...
I had the regulator out of the door with the motor still attached.
On the bench, I removed the 3 bolts holding the motor and went to lift off the motor.
As soon as it came clear of the gear, the lift arm violently swung around and the object that stopped it was my forehead, I still have a slight dent there. Only thing that saved me from a real disaster was the regulator was not attached to anything and when the arm hit my noggin, the regulator flew off the bench.
This is why I always secure the arm to the frame of the regulator.
Also, there is no index for where the motor is installed. put it on the frame and bolt it tight.
The motor does not care where it is, will run to lift or lower until it is stalled..
Posted by: "Rich Barber" <c300@xxxxxxx>
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