windgat wrote:I would like to know, when you lift the rotor with the jacking screws, how many turns do you make on each screw? I use 3 bolts (you have 4) and I found that at first half a turn was the max I could do without the rotor tilting.
mmh not sure what you mean, I do all 4 screws, 2 or 3 turns on the bolts at a time, then, when I can get 2 pieces of wood between the rotor and stator, I lever the rotor off as far as I can and then lift it off the studs
windgat wrote:Did you the AC voltage check each phase coming off each phase?
Sort off, connected the red lead on the meter to one coil tail, choose another tail and connected the black lead to that tail, did some spinning, checked the voltage, then connect the black lead to another tail, etc.. Problem is, I do not know which tail goes to which winding, what I did is, I connected all end tails of windings on the left side with red wire and the right hand side with black wire, so I have 5 x red and 5 x black, but I do not know which is which. All the start tails of all the windings are connected in a ring, but there is no outside connection.