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Old 05-05-2006, 03:20 PM   #11
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Thanks for the clarification billha.

I did use method #2 for installing the resistor.

I used 2 - 1,500 Ohm resistors soldered together because the chip in the key gave me a reading of about 3,000 Ohms. The 2 - 1,5000 Ohm resistors added together were the closest to 3,000 Ohms I could come up with using the resistors I found at the local Radio Shack.

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