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Old 13-05-2016, 08:07   #1
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BalmarMc614 regulator

Hi I have a Balmar mc614 just inslalled
I would like to get a few more amps out of the aletnator
To do this I have to go to Advanced programming
To increase the absorption Voltige This requers a password

What is it There is nowhere in the manual that states a password
Can any one help me John
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Re: BalmarMc614 regulator

you dont need a password. (I know it says it in the manual.. but there isn't one that I found). As long as you have the magnetic tool, and can follow their programming procedure, you should be all set.

Programming it can be a PITA, but it can be done.

Call balmar and have them give you some help. They are quite good about helping customers.
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