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Josh Foster

wiring up for diy wfp trolley

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Josh Foster

hi i have started my own diy wfp trolley build i have the pump in, a place for the battery to be held in place and the flow controller. just need help on wiring it all up and i just need an on/off switch wired up and put in. i don't have a remote or a volt meter. any help much appreciated thanks in advance.

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Clarkus84

There's a guy on YouTube who done a few videos on this. Just look up window cleaning pump box. Hope this helps lad

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Nudel

Remember you also need a fuse! Other than that, read a few articles and watch a few videos on basic electronics. It's pretty simple, but you need some basic knowledge to do it safely.

 

I'm building another DIY system now, and I intend to do a video in the wiring as it's a reoccurring question it seems.

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Clarkus84
11 hours ago, Nudel said:

Remember you also need a fuse! Other than that, read a few articles and watch a few videos on basic electronics. It's pretty simple, but you need some basic knowledge to do it safely.

 

I'm building another DIY system now, and I intend to do a video in the wiring as it's a reoccurring question it seems.

That would be handy. I'm going to build a pump box. Have everything apart from the fuse but wouldn't know anything about wiring it up 

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