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      Chris
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      @clarke078
      Norfolk
      Gt125r

      Hi guys, new here so excuse me if itโ€™s obvious or has been spoken about before.

      having charging issues with my Gt125r (carb)so gone to check the stator/magneto, whatever you wanna call it and dropped all my oil.

      now the cover has a gasket suggesting it should hold fluid but this is a new one for me so could anyone confirm that for me please?

      many thanks,

      Chris

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      Simon
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      @syco
      Kent
      Gt250 f1

      Yep the stator runs in the oil, the first check on the stator you just need a multimeter & unplug the connector with the 3 yellow wires that connects to the rectify then touch 1 to another cover all the combos 1-2, 1-3, 2-3 if its good the reading should look like 0.3, 0.2, 0.1 something like that if it’s 1 or above the stator is toast.

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      Chris
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      @clarke078
      Norfolk
      Gt125r

      Ok thanks, Iโ€™ve ordered a new one now from hyosung parts uk and payed for 3-4 days delivery (ยฃ26) still in Korea though ๐Ÿ™„

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      Simon
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      @syco
      Kent
      Gt250 f1

      Whatever you do make sure that you check the rectify/regulator as it’s normally the gremlin that causes the stator to fry

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