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    Anonymous

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    #210985

    How is the stator plate removed?

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    crosbyman

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    #210986

    screws…. remove all the ones on the plate ( 2 long ones on the coils 2 short ones see #1 #2 ) disconnect mechanical parts

    pull up

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    Anonymous

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    #210995

    Thank you. had already done that including removing point rotor, and coils. Wont budge maybe not enough strength, but concerned about using pry bar under it. Any additional thoughts? Thanks again for your help.

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    Anonymous

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    #210996

    Thank you. had already done that including removing point rotor, and coils. Wont budge maybe not enough strength, but concerned about using pry bar under it. Any additional thoughts? Thanks again for your help.

    Buccaneer
    Buccaneer

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    #210997

    Does the plate swivel back and for normally while in place?
    If so, it’s not binding on the power head. Perhaps
    you took out a couple of the wrong screws?

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    frankr
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    #211009

    Those four screws are all that hold it down. I should lift off with ease by only fingertip pull, no forcing required. If it doesn’t swivel back and forth, perhaps it is corroded in place. How does the rest of it look? Lots of corrosion?

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    Anonymous

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    #211014

    I see a circular clip at the bottom of the plate dose this have to be removed? all the screws have been removed. 1 long one and 2 shorter for each coil. Tried a 3 legged puller with mild pressure and tapped several times.Nada.

    bobw
    bobw

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    #211018

    If all you have removed are the 3 screws on each coil, the plate won’t come off. There are 2 others to remove – see the picture crosbyman included in his post above or see the enclosed pic from my ’54 CD-11, essentially the same as your motor. There is no clip below the plate – there is a support ring which won’t come off until you remove the magneto plate. And don’t use a puller on that plate!!

    Bob

    1954 Johnson CD-11
    1956 Johnson RD-18
    1958 Johnson QD-19
    1959 Johnson QD-20
    1957 Evinrude Fastwin 18

    "Every 20 minute job is only a broken bolt away from a 3-day project."

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    crosbyman

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    #211024

    suggest you read the following

    http://www.leeroysramblings.com/johnson_magneto.htm

    if you are going to pull the plate may as well redo coils (inspect closely for cracks and burn marks) , plug wires (metallic 7mm) etc…

    lots of utubes on omc magnetos

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    Anonymous

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    #211070

    Thank you. Went back and looked found 1 screw hidden by points on each side, removed same. All good lifted right off. Thanks again.

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    Anonymous

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    #211073

    Yep have new coils,

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    crosbyman

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    #211080

    patience brings joy… if you got to the URL (web address) above this red book picture you will find the bible on fixing your oldy

    retype it because you can not copy/ paste it

    picture used ti prevent poofing away our replies

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