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TheDog 16-Apr-10 - 07:10 PM ET
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green fingers 20-Apr-10 - 09:29 PM ET
green fingers 20-Apr-10 - 10:51 PM ET


Subject: Canterbury schematics
From: TheDog
Date: Fri, Apr 16, 2010 - 07:10 PM ET
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Hello

Does anybody have the schematics and circuit layout for the Canterbury control box? Thanks in advance.

Ron Hammond Tuscarora Gun Club

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Subject: Canterbury schematics
From: bill1949
Date: Sat, Apr 17, 2010 - 06:07 PM ET
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Subject: Canterbury schematics
From: green fingers
Date: Tue, Apr 20, 2010 - 09:29 PM ET
Website Address: www.canterburytrap.co.nz

Hi Ron. Is your trap an early model? These did not come out with a schematic in the manual. The later versions have an LCD readout with target counter. The wiring schematic for those is on our website. If yours is the early version I can organise a diagram to be drawn up for you from our tech at Canterbury Voice Release.

green fingers

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Subject: Canterbury schematics
From: green fingers
Date: Tue, Apr 20, 2010 - 10:51 PM ET
Website Address: www.canterburytrap.co.nz

Hi Ron. If the black serial number plate ( near the trigger and solenoid) is before 10/02 (Oct 2002)you have the early control box. The trap wiring loom is hard wired to that. The later electronic boxes have a disconnectable wiring loom via a CPC 14 pin plug.

If you have a particular problem or question just ask it and I will reply.

Cheers green fingers

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