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SAS Sub Driver with limit switch

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  • SAS Sub Driver with limit switch

    Ok, it is time for me to admit that electronics is not my thing. Most of the time my brain leaks when trying to figure something out.

    I just received an SAS style sub driver meant for a Revell Type IX. It's been a while since I've bought one, and this new guy has a limit switch on one end of the vent servo. There are wire leads coming from the limit switch, and wire leads and what looks like a resister hardwired in coming from the pump. How are these guys meant to be connected?

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    The two bare wires off the LPB plug into the battery cable. Done!







    David
    "... well, that takes care of Jorgenson's theory!"

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