Originally Posted by CV_Geardrive
you would think that the module would would have a fuse onboard .,
speaking of onboard fuses, to change the subject,. RTAA boards like the 1U1 and ect, have the fuse in the top right, if those ever go, can those be replace?
i think that there soldiered on.,
Soldiered on ..... is he packin ,,,, wearing big boots ...uniform .....tin helmet .
Originally Posted by mlkwal1
Blast em man blast em as your signature says .
Milky Milky you really should proof read or use spell check before hitting send ?
What is a brosper anyway ......not trying to hold you over a barrol or anything :grin2::grin2:
Ps thems teeny tiny fooses are replacmentable :angel::angel:
Thanks for all of the wonderfull responces!
The barrel is not remote, The cables are all new as well as the knife style connectors. Unfortunatly, the guy that was helping cut the brand new cable. I have soldered them back together. The board serves two EXVs and one is working, although, I do get an EXV failure diagnostic from time to time. When I first replaced the valves, there was a bit of confusion, I didn't know that the style had changed and the windings were completley different. So I tried mulitiple times to make it work with mismatched equip. Then after ohlming out the winding, I realized they were different. Ooops. But both EXVs workded for a few months after installation. Then nuisant trips and finally, circuit 2 failed completly. I'm triying to nail down what component to replace. I don't want to replace the valve and the board.
the new valves are 75 ohms +/- 10%...what value do you have? then ohm out the wiring with the valve connected to the wire...still the same or within the +/- 10%? ohm the wiring to ground (without the valve) and then ohm the valve to ground too.
swap wiring harnesses to see if the problem follows. you can always run some new, temporary wire just to see if it works better.
there is a Test Point (TP-1) on the old board...i do not know what they have on the new board...what is (are) the TP reading to the edge of the boards ground (VDC)?
i am leaning toward wiring cause it easy and cheap, however, wiring mismatched valves to boards can cause some crazy things to happen...that doesn't mean i'm right though!
Originally Posted by Healey Nut
my auto spell check is set up for ebonics.,
just saying., lol
anyways shoot me in the head, soldered., this site is helping me with my spelling., see, this site does more than just tell u how to jump a flow switch, lol,
lets look at this,. lol
sold er ed
solid er ed
look daddy , i am learing
bro s pher a relation to a brother ., just kidding,
forgive me father for i have sinned