If you have a schematic, you can see that the center of the rotator motor
is grounded as well as the center of the indicator pot. They both go to pin
1. The other bigger wire goes to the brake selenoid, pin 2. Inside the
actual rotator, I think pin 1 goes to a ground lug along with the wire from
the center of the indicator pot. The motor is grounded somewhere else, I
believe, to a mounting bolt head. Its been awhile too since I've inside one.
If you need a schematic or other pin out info, let me know.
Chino Valley, AZ
On Wed, Oct 3, 2012 at 9:24 AM, <Cqtestk4xs@aol.com> wrote:
> I've done overhauls on tailtwister rotors before, but it's been a while.
> I have an older unit which of course has the old terminal strip. The
> strip was badly corroded and pretty well decomposed. I was unable to
> any of the wires correct locations with the exception of nr 8. I have the
> manual and all of the ohm readings in it so I can sort of by trial and
> error figure out which is which.
> However, here is my problem. There are nine wires coming down to the
> strip and of course only eight terminals. Which two of the wires are
> up to one terminal and which one is it? Help!
> Bill K4XS
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