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DonE - Did you press the Electromotive to do a complete diagnostic test on the replacement unit? Given the multiple component failures that your unit had, seems there is a question of whether they do sufficient, if any burn in and testing of the final unit. Of course, the same final test question would apply to 'fixing' the unit... I'm not seeing why a 'fixed' unit would be any less reliable than a 'new' replacement unit. The problem apparently is in their testing of components, assembly process and final unit burn-in and testing.

Considering I took delivery from Clewett a few weeks ago of the complete and very expensive Electromotive Tec3 package, and I won't be doing the installation for what now appears to be a long time, do to what has turned out to be a very slow chassie up rebuild process, is giving me a bad case of the queasies...

Please continue to update.

Jim
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