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 How a Flywheel Magnet Works?

Answer In cars, trucks and other large vehicles, the flywheel is an important component that serves two functions: It maintains a constant angular velocity for the crankshaft and helps maintain electrical... Read More »
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How to Test a Briggs Flywheel Magnet?

When your Briggs & Stratton engine won't start but has plenty of gas, a clean carburetor and air filter, and a good spark plug, then you will need to make sure the flywheel magnet is working. The f... Read More »
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What is a Flywheel Magnet for Small Engines?

Flywheels refer to devices that store inertia to be used as rotational energy. Flywheels utilize magnets in small cars to generate voltage.
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What chemicals should I use to remove magnet - specifically an orange report monkey magnet?

LOL I hate the badge too. Maybe answer badly?
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When adding more paper to a magnet on refrigerator why does it cause the magnet to fall off?

The magnet is losing its magnetic connection to the fridge.
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