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The controler cable cought on something and pulled out, breaking the connection between the two cables .. I cut off both ends and soldered the 6 wires togather .. Lights flash .. I took the controler apart and ohm tested all the wires .. all good .. still flashing ..

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    wcdoc1953 Nov 13, 2010

    What is the flash code? I am assuming you soldered 6 wires on the redel cable of a Penny and Giles remote plus Joystick control. There is a flying lead on the hand control, a wiring harness that goes to the base and a connector at the base. Can you see any other physical breaks?

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