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Motor runs constantly at high speed on my saltwater 80 hand control riptide.

The motor runs at high speed and only stops when I disconnect the wires to the battery

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The resistor is not too expensive and easy to replace.

To replace;
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GO to D2 .

No
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GO to D3 .

No
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GO to D4 .

No
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  • Check for:
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  • Is the concern still present?
Yes
GO to D5 .

No
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