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Re: [Shop-talk] Easier EE question

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Subject: Re: [Shop-talk] Easier EE question
From: Randall <>
Date: Mon, 6 May 2013 22:11:16 +0000
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> And since the machine worked fine for a while, what could be causing the 
> extra current draw?  (and more importantly, how do I find it?)

Just a thought; could something else have gotten connected to the circuit in 
the meantime?

> *= I got this unit used from someone who had it.  They got rid of it 
> because it 'sparked and made  a loud noise.'  When I got it home, turns 
> out that one of the connectors had shorted.  I fixed the connector and 
> have been using it since.

Given that history, I'd be going through the bed looking for more problems like 
another short or a bad ballast.


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