Looks nice and neat. No binding turning the chute stop to stop?
We had nothing compared to that. Hopefully they get some relief from the storm and back to normal.Hey I would like to hear from our neighbors to the North in the Maritimes. Apparently they are dealing with a hundred year storm burying cars on the street and snow measurements in meters. I hope everyone is safe and sound up there.
Had I known it was gonna be this fussy I would have went with the old school cable system instead.Yes, I blew a fuse a few weeks ago but that's the 1st one is 2 years. Being in NW Minnesota I use my machine allot, in fact just put 2 hours on it this weekend.
Thanks for the tip but I have checked it over multiple times already. Inside the garage I can wiggle and pull on all the wires and it doesnt skip a beat.Check your quick disconnect connection and make sure it good and tight. I believe that's why mine blew.
I have the wire harness secured to the chute so the wires coming out of the actuator wont ever be stressed by the chute rotation. I have wiggled on all the wires while inside the heated shop and it always works inside. Out in the cold it works intermediately, it will work and then 5 minutes later it wont move, then few minutes later it's working again. I dont think it's getting moisture inside the actuator because it randomly works in the cold. If it was froze it wouldn't move until it comes back in the warm garage.I've had a wire get bad due to the rotation of the chute. I think I've had to repair it twice in 5-6 years. Never had a fuse blow. I suppose now I should check it to insure it is not over rated for the job...