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    can i test a mfd out of a ski?

    hey i have a mfd off a slt780 i want to test can i power it up without the ski?
    red/purp and ground?
    don't want to cook it if im wrong.
    cheers


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    Yes, you can test it out of the ski.

    Make sure you get the polarity correct, and the correct pins.

    1 - Red/Purple - 12 volt power
    2 - Black - Ground

    Don't short anything
    Use a fuse holder to protect yourself from an accidental short circuit.
    1/4 Amp fuse is the appropriate current protection for the MFD.

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    make sure it gets a 1/4 amp fuse to power it

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    cheers guys

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