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Old 08-18-2009, 12:56 PM   #1
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received a used esc with a broken power switch and wish to hard wire it. do i just cut the switch of and solder the +- together?
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received a used esc with a broken power switch and wish to hard wire it. do i just cut the switch of and solder the +- together?
that's the gist of it
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received a used esc with a broken power switch and wish to hard wire it. do i just cut the switch of and solder the +- together?
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Any risk involved in doing this?
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No.
The only problem that you have is, is that you must disconnect the battery to shut it off.
Something you always must do.
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The only problem that you have is, is that you must disconnect the battery to shut it off.
Something you always must do.
Woot! Bye bye on-off switch!!
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On my old GM SX9 speedo I hath more problems with the on off switch than without.
Everything worked great and I never hath no problems any more.
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