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Hard plugging
I have a complaint of hard plugging. I checked the 4rec only like 1.7 ohms, I believe the spec is 7-12. It was replaced about a week or so ago. I also check the motor sensor wires and have about 2 ohms to the card connector. Should I try the rec and sensor wires? What could be taking out my 4rec's like that? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Richard
  • Posted 21 Apr 2011 08:04 PM
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Change the dual motor contactor. Don't bother troubleshooting or debating in your head because the tips may look good. Just replace it and I will bet a lunch that will fix it.

Good Luck!
  • Posted 27 Apr 2011 11:44 AM
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