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Old 05-29-2015, 01:46 PM
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I play a Mechanical Engineer during the day.
My first job out of college was at a Printed Circuit Board/Cable contractor quoting, designing and troubleshooting electro-mechanical assemblies.
Any update from the kiddies??
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No problem mgs.... We all learn the little tricks from each other.
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Yes perfect pass worked well. Kids say it's good as new.


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I would really like to figure out why the hour meter in my tachometer reads all zeros, all the time.


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Adding a few pictures, we all like pictures. the outside trace on the film is the common which corresponds to pin one of the ribbon connector. Trace or ring out the connections to verify before you begin the smoke test.


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I’m confused. Where did you wire the jumpers to? The ribbon or the board? The last two pictures don’t show any jumpers.

Has anyone else done this?
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The wires from the switch go to pins 1 and 5 of the ribbon connector. As I stated, ring out (check for continuity) the wiring to the connector, verifying what button input goes where so you don't smoke anything. I still have my cabbaged up display.....
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The wires from the switch go to pins 1 and 5 of the ribbon connector. As I stated, ring out (check for continuity) the wiring to the connector, verifying what button input goes where so you don't smoke anything. I still have my cabbaged up display.....
Thank you. Thanks for reiterating continuity, for some reason I thought you had done this for the on/off switch, even though it was clearly stated that it was the up button.
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Here is where the momentary switch is wired into the ribbon cable that comes from the display. Be careful where you drill for the momentary switch. make sure the common trace is not cut (drilled through). I can't remember if it is a continuous loop or terminates at one of the switches.
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