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Old 01-28-2013, 09:47 AM   #16
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thoughts on circuit for car hoist

Originally Posted by grizzzlle View Post
Just thought of this. Could the actual manual on switch have a thermal overload device in it? Is there a way to tell?
I'd bet just about anything that the switch is just a basic switch, no O/L protection.

Your hoist sounds very typical of the dozen or so I've hooked up over the years. It raises with the motor, and lowers with a hydraulic valve.


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