|03-25-2012, 10:05 AM||#1|
I am: tommy c
Join Date: Dec 2003
Location: Medicine Hat AB
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Testing receiver on-off switches.
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Use an electric sander and tape the receiver switch to the bottom pad.Connect a ohm meter to the same colored wire,one at the battery connection and the other at the receiver connection.Set the receiver switch so you have a reading on the meter.Now turn it on and you are doing a viberation test.Also I had an old switch and was getting variable charge into my batterys,I took the switch apart and cleaned it.Now I get a full charge into the batterys.I was blaming my charger.
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