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Gulfstream went full Exorcist & blew 110v fuse

By Mikala

10 months ago


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#15 10 months ago

I would look at score motor switches 1b and 2b. When you removed the 1.6 amp slow-blow fuse it should have removed everything from the 110 side. Since it is still blowing, maybe one of the other switches at score motor #1 or #2 are contacting the 110 volt wiring. Sending raw 110 volts into one or more your 25v coils.

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