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In Reply to: NAA Electrical Work posted by Michael Lacey on Thursday, March 20, 2014:
Thank you everyone. It appears i figured out the issue (me!).
I chose to take the ground from the rear and tie it back in at the source. However, I didn't have the wire hooked up very well to the head piece (I dont know what they are called, but the piece you crimp to the actual wire). i took it apart and connected it better, and then there was light!!
amazing how easily you can disrupt the flow.
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