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Old Feb 25, 2004, 04:43 AM
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Do you have a multimeter?

If so what you need to do is find out which one of your motor wires is negative when you press the turbo button. Then look at that wire on the bottom of the board. Ok then look at the transistors see which one is connected to that wire. Then check which one is being triggered by the turbo pin. That is the one you will have to replace. I am not sure if you will need an Nfet or a Pfet. Anyone have experience with this board? It might be easier to see the circuit if the light was on the other side of the circuit board.


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