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Old 07-03-2002, 08:37 AM
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Electrons can do anything
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Location: Houston, Texas
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To demagnetize metal follow this proceedure;

1. Using an electromagnet with AC voltage applied, put the metal to be demagnetized on the electromagnet so that a good magnetic circuit or coupling is achieved.

2. Then slowly seperate the electromagnet from the magnetized part.

The constantly reversing magnetic field of the electromagnet will slowly weaken as the distance is increased and the part will be left with a neutral magnetic charge.

From your description of the problem, I doubt that a permanently magnetized shaft is your problem. I would suggest that you are low on freon and the low side pressure switch is causing the compressor to cut off when the pressure is too low which will occur during high RPM and low on freon.
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