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Old 04-03-2007, 10:50 PM   #1
1980 Excella II
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1980 31' Excella II
Los Alamos , New Mexico
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Angry Control panel fault

1980 31' Excella. Recently added a Wallwort to power the power-on light on the control panel. Bulb was also loose so soldered it back in. After re-installing panel the battery charge lights on panel always reads "low" even though battery is fully charged (series of lights, only the first light is on, 4 lights indicate full charge). The tank level readings that are also on same circuit board/panel work fine. Think that the pink power wire that feeds power to the panel for tank levels also feeds amp info to panel battery lights. I may have fried something on the circuit board when I soldered in the bulb. Any ideas for repair or new panel?
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