On Mon, 8 Nov 1999 18:45:26 -0600, Merv Schweigert wrote:
> I think you may want the brake to release ahead of the motor
> trying to turn is the idea behind the brake first switch.. the
> brake wedge needs to pull out of the teeth before the motor
> trys to turn or the rotor "sticks" a lot of the time and you end
> up "jogging" the motor back and forth to free the brake..
> At least all mine work that way.. 73 Merv K9FD
The motor doesn't energize until the brake is energized. The rocking
problem has been discussed here before and is probably a hardware
problem. Mine does it too, whether I release the brake first or not.
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