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Edison RM Magneto Owner's Manual

 

Here is an owners manual for the Edison RM series. Factory service information to follow along with some tech tips from the college of hard knocks to keep yours alive and well. The type AA impulse hub should be washed and relubed when serviced and can be a real bugger to mount to the impulse cup. To preserve mental health, the manual describes using the magneto armature before reassembly with the key in place to wiggle the hub back inside the drive cup and spring. Almost any magneto armature with the standard taper and Woodruff Key will work. It is almost impossible to do otherwise and will cause many discouraging words.

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Always check this condenser for electrical leakage. This is a problem area for the single cylinder models. Lots of bad condensers out there. They do not improve with age whether installed or sitting on a shelf, especially in the soggy Northwest. They are made of unobtainium but not to despair,  Retrofit to follow in the service section. 

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The multi cylinder models had much better condensers that seem to last and are also much easier to replace. An automotive side bracket mounting device will fit but may need the bracket bent slightly to clear the gear.

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