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    display switch

    The display stays on constantly as this is how it retains memory. Wiring a switch for the display is a must. The connection to the display has 4 wires, 3 blue and 1 black. Cut the blue wire above the black wire and run it to one leg on the switch and then run the other to 2nd leg on the switch. Install a 1 amp in-line fuse to protect the display.

    Will get back to this but just wanted to give some info


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    Thanks for the tip Frank!

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