Document EVERYTHING in your shack - I keep mine on the shack computer.
Rotor color codes, switch color codes, and on down the line. I have
enough pieces here in the shack that there is no way I am going to
remember it all. That way, if something like this happens - pull a
control box - I just refer to the file, and there it is :-) You
should also document the resistance values in the shack for future
reference. That way, if a cable goes bad, you will have a "known good
working" value, and if there is a change at some point, it can be very
helpful in finding the problem.
To solve your immediate problem, the resistance values in the manual
should point you in the right direction.
Tom - VE3CX
On Mon, Aug 4, 2008 at 9:46 PM, Artmouton <email@example.com> wrote:
> OK, I admit to screwing up. but it was for a good cause.
> Local was doing tower work and had rotor problems. I volunteered to come
> home and get my TX2 control box in case his was bad.
> I wrote down the color code when I took off the wires and have now lost the
> little piece of paper I used.
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