In this month’s spotlight, Ted from Tennessee illustrates the interconnectedness of the electrical system and the importance of not taking anything for granted. In his post, he shows how going back to the start enabled him to resolve a tricky misfire issue.
Here’s how Ted ended his post: “This job really reinforced the importance of checking powers and grounds before calling a part bad as well as the importance of using a scope to get an accurate view of what a circuit is really doing.” Spot on.
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