Opposition to applied voltage.
Torque causing more slip.
Slip causing more torque.
Torque causing less slip.
Slip causing less torque.
A starting device.
All three phases.
Any two power leads.
A and B phases only.
B and C phases only.
20 degrees apart.
30 degrees apart.
90 degrees apart.
120 degrees apart.
At the last minute.
With the defective part removed.
Before final reassembly of the enclosure.
As soon as you replace the defective part.
By the engine electrical system through a DC motor.
By the engine exhaust gases flowing across the turbine wheel.
From the engine crankshaft through a system of gears or a silent chain.
Through a solid shaft connected between the blower and the transmission.
Change the overlap and timing so that the intake and exhaust valves are not open at the same time.
Change the overlap and timing so that the intake and exhaust valves are open at the same time.
Advance exhaust valve opening time.
Retard intake valve opening time.
Blockage of airflow.
Lube system malfunctions.
Slipping belts on the blower.
Abrasion by foreign particles.
Avoid operating the engine for extended periods at no-load.
Operate the unit at idle speed for long periods of time.
Drain moisture from fuel system periodically.
Perform a preoperational check.