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RE: [TCML] RE: tesla tuner
In theory, yes, but practically speaking, you're more likely to need to sweep the knob to know in which direction you need to go. Maybe construct it with a piece of paper under the knob so you can make pencil hash marks for reference.
Regards, Gary Lau
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> I see - thanks for clearing that up.
> So if you leave the tester set at the same frequency (knob position) after working
> with the secondary then should I just move the tap around until I get the dimmest
> LED brightness?
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