Skip, yes it could be the reed switch. I be leave I can test that
here in the shack, I could use my 24 volt supply and connect direct
to terminal 1 and 2 . I would have to keep a close eye on the rotor
to be sure not to go past north .
Today and Tmw we have gust to 35 mph , so will wait for a better day
At 11:31 PM 3/19/2010, you wrote:
>Ed, I would suspect the reed switch. When it doesn't want to turn, try
>moving it in the same direction several times and check and see if
>it turns a
>very small amount. If the controller doesn't get feed back from the reed
>switch it will shut the motor down.
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