The key in the run position, lets's the instrument self test complete.
But in the start position, completely dead, nothing.
I've seen this before, and it was battery failure.
This same battery, first, lasted 7 months.
And now, in November, it will be 3 years.
I'm hoping there will be some warranty,
but I've never been lucky.
The question is:
I noticed the positive terminal had a good bit of corrosion.
And so, I believe this indicates over charging.
Please correct me if this is wrong.
If this is true, can the voltage regulator be adjusted?
I'm not exactly sure if the voltage regulator is "outside"
If adjustment is not possible. Are there new and better ways to
regulate the charging system? Battery charging seems to have
come a long way recently.
I'm just find ways to procrastinate, before I try the new battery.
Before I discover some new, hellish, mx nightmare.
New battery. Problem solved.
These batteries seem to fail catastophically, when they go.
It seems like batteries used to go more slowly.
This sort of freaks me out, I guess.