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Re: Bench testing solenoids...the right way...advice please
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Fish'n Jim
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Many others out there some good some bad.
Don't miss the point, by diving into the details, and missing the point of energizing a device without checking it first.
I'm from planet "chemical industry" and if you energized a device with a fault without first diagnosing and fixing the fault, you'd be out of a job. Much higher consequences there.
I know it's a hobby but the difference between haphazard and methodical is a plan of attack or methodology.
Asked for the "right way" and got a bigger hammer approach?

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