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    That is a serial connection Al...you want a parallel connection, so connect the resistor between live and ground. It will fool the OBC into seeing a load.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by NealP View Post
    That is a serial connection Al...you want a parallel connection, so connect the resistor between live and ground. It will fool the OBC into seeing a load.
    ahhhh, gotcha now m8, cheers.

    makes sense now you put it in more simple terms for me LOL
     
     

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    I still don't get where resistor will go? Please help...
     
     

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