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 Posted: Wed Nov 11th, 2009 11:34 pm
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Adam Rohn

Can anyone tell met the best way to fix this? I looks like the previous owner put a knot in the headwire or something, some of it is squishy and some in rather hard so I'm thinking its a knot. I'm trying to figure out why suddenly my ohm reading is low. It was in the 40's and running great but now its around 18

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