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Broken fuse dog-bone fuse carriage / battery connector
glhonda Wrote:The red wire in the schematic for the clock is a memory circuit. Did the clock lose power and reset to 12, or did it just not function? The clock doesn't work without the key (ignition) on.

Before my clock died it used to display the numbers all the time, but, maybe that's part of why it died.
Ed (Vic) Belanger - 1954-2015
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#16 08-07-2009, 05:09 PM,
On my 1984 Aspencade, the clock displays numbers all the time. I think this is normal.
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#17 08-09-2009, 10:42 AM,
That's what Keener reports also. What I can't figure out, is why they require four wires (including an ignition source) if the clock is constantly on with battery voltage. One battery, one ground, one illiumination, and one ignition. Hmmmmm
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#18 08-09-2009, 01:30 PM,
Just a guess, but possibly, one for memory, one to power the clock, one for light and one for ground.
Ed (Vic) Belanger - 1954-2015
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#19 08-09-2009, 02:09 PM,
admin Wrote:Just a guess, but possibly, one for memory, one to power the clock, one for light and one for ground.
Just my point, Vic. If it is powered all the time (off the memory circuit) why would it need another wire to power the clock?
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#20 08-09-2009, 02:48 PM,
Perhaps there's one circuit for the digital display driver and another circuit for the memory but I'm only guessing.
Ed (Vic) Belanger - 1954-2015
Founder of gl1200goldwings.com

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#21 08-09-2009, 05:02 PM,
I've got the clock wiring circuits open right now and it appears that the green wire is ground and the red wire is for the clock memory and LCD number display and the other 2 wires are for the green light bulb that lights the clock display in the dark.
Ed (Vic) Belanger - 1954-2015
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#22 09-12-2009, 01:42 PM,
Taking this clock discussion to a new post. The two wires do not operate the illumination. Only the Br/W.

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