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Old 08-16-2013, 06:02 PM
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Originally Posted by KarTek View Post
You can go a step further and put an ohm meter across the leads on the "dead" one and verify that it has an open circuit to the coil.

It may be possible to take it apart and find the break in the wire and solder (your favorite thing) it back together. Bring it to Chads and we can have a look. I need some more stuff to fill up the day...
Well, all my soldering equipment is still in a pile on the floor from the last project, so I might as well use it again before I put it away. Do you think it'd be OK to use the spare used one while I fiddle with the other? Even with the break in the weather, the constant blazing heat trickling out of my vents is a bit oppressive.
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