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Re: Raymarine Autohelm/Pilot ST4000


To convert to a 2 wire, remove the small circuit board on the back of the motor. Solder two wires to the tabs on the motor and you are done.
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Re: Raymarine Autohelm/Pilot ST4000

Dan, thanks - had a look inside the motor/gear casing and can see what to do now. All I need now is a controller of some kind to drive the thing.....

Thanks for your help, much appreciated

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Re: Raymarine Autohelm/Pilot ST4000

Capt. Dan:
I just posted a problem with my ST4000+. You may be able to help.
The head always reads 50 Deg. I disconnected the wires from the Fluxgate at the head and reconnected. Not help. I will disconnect and measure the resistance per the manual. Any thoughts or suggestions?
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