Tractor Troubleshooting, Misfires, Loses Power

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Sitch

Sitches are situations, jams, issues, errors, gaps, troubles, stoppages, crisis and many others to fix and solve. They are also opportunities to improve, grow, expand, and introduce better, faster and cheaper ways to get the desired results.
Tractor
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What's the Sitch?
The tractor seems to stall and loses power after 10 minutes of start. The operator think it is an electrical issue. He saw some smoke. Three of 10 tractors seem to have the same symptoms.
What's the objective?
Fix the tractors. They are needed urgently
After you create or review the Sitch, enter your Instant Thinking. Instant Thinking are initial thoughts, intuitions, gut feels, guesses, preliminary ideas, sometimes half-baked ideas but are helpful in brainstorming. These are based on your first impressions and instant recall of whatever memory you may have. In Deep Dive Thinking you will do more deliberate thinking.
Ray's: Adjust the timing of chain. you could fix this. this usually gets worn out first. Check the records of each of the tractor. May be it wil provide clues.
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Ray Jimenez    
January 29, 2017
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