Re: [DML] Power surge - Lock problem
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Re: [DML] Power surge - Lock problem



Jake,
Disconnecting the large red wire from the circuit breaker will disable part 
of the locking system. However, the controller portion is still powered by 
a separate circuit coming from the large white connector. Either way will 
prevent power going to the solenoids (return path from the relays is cut 
off at the white connector), but with just the single red wire 
disconnected, the lock module is drawing stand-by current. With the white 
connector disconnected, the whole system is disabled.

Of course, you can always disconnect both connections. :-)

Chris

At 10:25 AM 7/11/2006 -0500, you wrote:
>I agree with Chris, except unplug the lock module power source instead. If
>I recall correctly, it is a red wire that runs to the circuit breaker just
>above the module. If you only disconnect the white plug, you've still got
>power going to those relays.
>
>Jake
>1063


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