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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-03-2007, 04:20 AM Thread Starter
 
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the lights in my juice module say that the wire isnt tapped correctly becuase they arent scrolling. i have tried to fix this a few times before and it did work for a while but it goes back to acting light it is in ez mode and the pump isnt tapped. so is there a better way to make a connection with the pump wire? is one of them pump covers worth a try?? an suggestions are a huge help thanks in advance!!
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the lights in my juice module say that the wire isnt tapped correctly becuase they arent scrolling. i have tried to fix this a few times before and it did work for a while but it goes back to acting light it is in ez mode and the pump isnt tapped. so is there a better way to make a connection with the pump wire? is one of them pump covers worth a try?? an suggestions are a huge help thanks in advance!!
Pump cover may help but if it where me I would do like I did on my pump and tap.

I just took and stripped the wire back about an inch or so and soldered in a tap (short peace of wire) with a waterproof connector on it. I used some good heat shrink tubing to cover up the bare wires for added waterproofing. Now I just plug and unplug my Juice or any other box from the pump wire. I started doing this with my TST box long ago when it gave me problems with loose connections. Works great and you won't have another problem out of it. :Thumbup:

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soldering and heat shrink is the best way to have a problem free connection for sure. I agree with DB. I didn't want to tap my pump wire but i think i will just tap into it with put a spade connector on the end so you can plug and up-plug boxes as needed.

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