[DML] Grounding.
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[DML] Grounding.



Not to beat a dead Delo, but while Bill's idea of a heavy cable is good, I
believe that a good piece of braided cable...like that sometimes found on
negative battery cables, would be a much easier means of accomplishing the
same effect.  Plenty of conductivity, and connecting to can be done with a
screw and appropriate washers and anywhere in the cable without having to
remove insulation, etc.  The washers should include penetrating stars.
Which of course is what should be part of any of the grounds to the chassis,
frame, etc.  The points penetrate the oxidized/paint on the metal and prove
to be "air tight".

The capacitors might not be needed around switches and inductive devices,
probably reversed diodes would serve the same process.  The kicks from
relays and motors coming on and going off (inductive devices) go negative,
which is damped out by the diode.  Don't remove the capacitors now...but
adding diodes wouldn't hurt anything.

Al Roberts
twodelo2@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
VIN 16049



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