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Old 05-30-2016, 12:06 PM
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After thinking about your problem again my first thought is that you either have a bad/misadjusted tray erect limit switch or a bad top retract limit switch. Make sure your tray is staying erect and not sagging so it loses contact with the switch. That's with the original harness. I would jumper those switches one at a time per the schematics and see if the top starts to retract.

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