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Re: (ET) new relay in - now no reverse

Outside of the possibility of having to get off and push, I see none. 
Weymouth MA

On Sun, 6 Aug 2006 09:45:06 -0400 (EDT) Michael S Briggs
<msbriggs alberti unh edu> writes:
> On Sat, 5 Aug 2006, David C Robie wrote:
> > I wouldn't do that temporary fix.  You may forget to wait some 
> day.
> It would only be for using it today to mow the lawn, since I'm 
> expecting 
> to have card 1 fixed by next week, so I could put it back to normal.
>       If I do switch to quickly, the result, I *think*, would be 
> a big 
> current spike in the field coil, which would fry the reverse relay - 
> although I have put a 10 A fuse in that line where it connects to 
> the 
> relay, so hopefully the fuse would blow instead of the relay.
>       Would there be any other potential problem?
> Mike