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Old 01-09-2006, 03:13 PM   #1
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Wwhile soldering new wires to my motor onto my gmv3r. I left the iron on alot as one of the wires wouldnt budge, fianlly I got it soldered up but now it just beeps when I try to accelerate and the motor doesnt move, could I have totally ruined my speedo?
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Wwhile soldering new wires to my motor onto my gmv3r. I left the iron on alot as one of the wires wouldnt budge, fianlly I got it soldered up but now it just beeps when I try to accelerate and the motor doesnt move, could I have totally ruined my speedo?

Unfortunately you may have done just that. Too much heat and electronics don't mix. Contact your speedos manufacturer for RMA / Warranty Repair info.


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