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ss2000 help

Postby bm612 » Sun Aug 02, 2009 9:43 am

I have a ss2k that was working fine up untill yesterday. The control head lights up and then the aux A button(button #4) starts to flash. I try the slide switch and it lights up but emergency lights do not come on. I have tested alll the fuses and they are good. There is one relay that gets quite hot it is located on the side of the relay board near the main battery lead connects. Any help would be gratly appreciated.

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Re: ss2000 help

Postby EVModules » Mon Aug 10, 2009 2:46 pm

The relay on the side getting "hot" is normal. It's the coil that gets hot to the touch which is to be expected.

If you've checked all connections including ground, verified voltage, and used original hardware and all checks out ok, you'd need to send it in to a qualified repair shop to ahve them look at it.

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Re: ss2000 help

Postby bm612 » Mon Aug 10, 2009 2:50 pm

Found out the probelme the ribbon chord connecting the top board to the bottome board was corroded. I cleaned the contacts and now it's good as new

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