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This goes with my other instructable. Fix a LitterMaid Mega for under $5I was not satisfied with how the motor was running. Sometimes stopping whenever it hit a ...
'This involves electricity(low voltage)and a hot soldering iron.' I burned my thumb and index finger on my left hand trying to switch hands with the soldering iron(35W). grabbed ...
There are a lot of wires in a LitterMaid litter box, so wire does not need to be bought.What is needed (I went to local Radio Shack). $ ...
This is the circuit schematic.
There is a lot of room inside the main board area, but I went with the battery compartment so that nothing would snag the cable retractor. The screen ...
This is not needed if you have a 6v 1A DC power supply. A full-wave bridge rectifier coverts AC to DC. Look at your box or manual to ...
The capacitor is fairly strong it can still move the screen unplugged for a little. Attach the capacitor positive to the positive and negative to the negative.
The switches are from before. Place them where you want. I placed them on the front cover. Add wires to the switches. one wire from each switch goes ...
The wire for the screen motor is on a cable retractor. I added wire to the ends and ran them to the battery compartment. I also added a ...
The DPDT switch is wired like the schematic. Pace the switch where you want I put mine in the middle above the two push buttons. Wiring ||123|| ||456|| ...
If everything is hooked up apply power and see if it works.Move the switch to the color and push the button.Move switch to RED then push RED button ...
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