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Re: ....and now ..stop

To: "Simon Matthews" <>
Subject: Re: ....and now ..stop
From: "Paul Hunt" <>
Date: Fri, 1 Dec 2006 10:29:05 -0000
Cc: "MG List" <>
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Reply-to: "Paul Hunt" <>
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Thanks Simon. I'm not always very good at explaining what I mean. Many years ago I had a lecturer in a subject I had always struggled with before, who had a knack of explaining things in two different ways which were additive and made things clearer rather than confusing the issue still further. My problem is that I struggle to find a second way of explaining something, and the first confuses all by itself!


----- Original Message -----
The devices are designed to have 12 / 2 volts applied (6V). When
connected in parallel, they now each have 12V applied...
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