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CTB16 Input Connector has no place for jumper?


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Yup, best answer is to email LOR support... If it were me, and I were in a hurry, I'd probably just solder the two pads together, but I don't know why somebody would be in a hurry now...

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-klb- wrote:

Yup, best answer is to email LOR support... If it were me, and I were in a hurry, I'd probably just solder the two pads together, but I don't know why somebody would be in a hurry now...

The paperclip is working fine for now :)

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All 4 of my input boards came the same

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I guess ill shoot LOR an email soon.
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Ponddude wrote:

-klb- wrote:
but I don't know why somebody would be in a hurry now...


Cause were all a little nutty...HAHA;)

I want my inputs now!!! lol

Hey this inst as bad as waiting for your new HD camera in the mail, it came broken, and now the warranty and is taking 4 weeks to process, and im waiting for four rebate checks in the mail right now also... hehe, the joy of waiting. HEHE
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Don't quote me on this but I believe I read somewhere that the input board handles the jumpers. I think it is designed into the circuitry.

Again, don't quote me on that one.

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Both of my input boards have the jumper positions... The instructions still specify the jumper from the second row of pins go there. What the board does take care of for you is the resistors that would normally be required...

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Jeff Millard wrote

You probably haven't seen it mentioned on PC because most of the people who use things like this, don't care to have their comments spell checked by one certain robo-poster.


I know what your talking about here. :P


I'll do some searching. Thanks for the tips.

Jeff
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