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RB:
I think your assumptions in post 32 are correct.
There is only one key for 2 cords, and the op.
So that may be exactly how your board would work.
I would need to see a schematic to tell more.

escuta:

--- Quote from: RB on August 31, 2020, 07:33:42 AM ---I think your assumptions in post 32 are correct.
There is only one key for 2 cords, and the op.
So that may be exactly how your board would work.
I would need to see a schematic to tell more.

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Sorry RB, I think "post 32" is my total number of posts (or was). Do you mean the assumptions in one of my replies? Which one? :-)
Thanks!

RB:
I guess the last set of questions you asked, before the last pics

RB:
I think this is how your board is supposed to work?

escuta:

--- Quote from: RB on September 01, 2020, 08:38:58 PM ---I think this is how your board is supposed to work?

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Thank you very much RB

Iain

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