Ah, there’s your problem right there.
It’s nice when an industry is so standardized you can retrofit a 20 year old hot tub with a complete new controller for less than the cost of the parts to fix it. Medium and heavy duty trucks are like this, I wish cars were too.
My current rig for filming projects in the workshop. Nikon Coolpix L820, microphone stand, 3D printed camera to microphone stand adapter (search thingiverse for vonslatt) usb power cable and 10ah usb power pack. I can film for days without recharging and the stand takes up far less floor space
Found a Black and Decker Workmate 200 at the dump. The plastic springs that hold the legs out were all broken but I thought “I’ll bet someone has uploaded a 3D print design for these.” I was right!
Nearly done! Just need to make a filter box for the motor air inlet and mount the motor controller. I took a few minutes out to sharpen every knife in the kitchen!
Now to take it apart for bluing and paint.
I rather like old school TV where the first thing you see is the theme song montage.
I don’t know if I like these new Toshiba bio-neural gel packs. #teamvoyager
Damn! I’m bluing everything from now on!