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Old 01-31-2015, 07:55 PM   #1
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Gillette has been useless thus far with telling me any info I didn't already know. Basically told me it was a manual start. Duh really? Anyway customer wants to covert it to automatic so I'm lining up a Kohler RDt with the 2 wire start.
I didn't take a picture because I thought it would be easy enough to find info on this unit. Wrong. So I've got 6 wires. 2 of them prob for the 2 wire start but there was another button on this control panel the customer hit. And I'm imaging the other 2 are battery charger that was plugged in below control panel. Anyone have experience with these Gillettes.
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Converting a manual shaver to an automatic shaver?

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Gillette generator is manual now.
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I googled Gillette gens, have John Deere engines. Never heard of them till now.
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