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Horn rebuild #47779
06/15/06 12:55 pm
06/15/06 12:55 pm
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Central Ohio
Steve in Ohio Offline OP
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I have a horn pn 19-2061 Luca 6H (is this for a 6volt application??)that doesn't work. I took out the rivets holding it together and am trying to figure out what is wrong. Is there any way of fixing these or do I need to pick up another??
Thanks
Steve in Ohio



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Re: Horn rebuild #47780
06/15/06 1:24 pm
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They're pricey so I would give it a shot. Clean all the contacts. Brush it all down and use a charger to check for current, or lack of. Try to trace where the current stops. British Cycle has in their tech files how to adjust it. I posted a whole slew of information they have in their tech files a couple of days ago. You can lead a horse to water but.


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Re: Horn rebuild #47781
06/20/06 12:09 am
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I have a few Lucas Horn files on pdf. Let me know I will send to you if you like.

Rather big files like 2115 KB not huge but spam protection might keep it from coming through.

Pollock


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