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    Quote Originally Posted by Elvis View Post


    to an earlier question - which does not help now to find the problem:
    depressing the idle microswitch changes that PWM, because the speed setting
    changes from 775 rpm to a higher value. That's not a guess, I measured it and
    have the schematic.
    The question was more in regard to your wording.

    Pressing and depressing can be interpreted as the same Action.

    Using the term Releasing the switch would have been a better choice.

    In your explanation, pressing the switch yields 775. Releasing the switch allows an internal value to change thus Increasing RPM.

    Just making sure I interpreted what you said earlier correctly.





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    you are right, sorry, lost in translation.

    pushing = 775rpm,
    releasing = higher speed

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