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Unlock problem with OHS1

Have a OHS1 surgical microscope that will not unlock for movement when you activate the switches on the hand control. I can here what sounds like a relay in the base unit, but none of the head joints will unlock.

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Found bad 12.5A fuse in base. Replaced fuse and problem was solved.

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