It's a common misconception that the heavy wires are
for the motor - heaven knows I used to think that...
Figure 9 (Schematic)
"Terminals 1 and 2 must be connected to the using the
larger gauge wires of the 8-wire cable."
And from the schematic one can see that Term 1 is
ground and Term 2 is the brake.
If I read this right, the motor has two windings (CW,
CCW) plus ground, so one would require THREE larger
conductors if one wanted to wire the motor
> > > The two heavy wires are to power the brake. As
> > > I recall the TR-44 doesn't have a brake so they
> > > can go anywhere.
> > Are you sure? I thought they were for the motor.
> Your memory has it right...
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