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- Sep 15, 1999
It would be nice to know what kind of oil is in a coil. I know it has a distinctive smell but I can’t put my finger on it.
The old stuff has PCB's in it. Not sold anymore. I've used Zoeller in transformers before:It would be nice to know what kind of oil is in a coil. I know it has a distinctive smell but I can’t put my finger on it.
Exactly! That part isn’t even close to looking correct and definitely doesn’t match the website pic of it. they probably found a cheaper supplier so they could pocket more money and the customer ends up with an inferior product. They probably paid $10 for it.I wonder what voltage the aftermarket coil produces compared to tge factory 270 coil. I’ll bet it doesn’t meet the original’s. The aftermarket should not compete if they can’t produce the original part no matter what it is. Paying $200 USD for something not right would burn me up.