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It really is great having you as a fellow member in this forum. You are right of course. The white limit switch is right next to the yellow one. A bit difficult to see while I was casually looking. I guess this is where the flashlight and mirror comes in handy.
Don, just an observation, but for folk who install the screens for themselves like me, maybe an idiot(also like me) proof diagram instead of only written instructions would be a little clearer.
The way the manual is worded its not obvious that both the yellow and white switches are through the same hole. (I ended up looking everywhere else.)
One more small point (and I hope good feedback), my screen is UK spec therefore it is 220/240 volts. The wiring diagram in the supplied manual is (I assume) USA procedure. It shows red wire etc. Of course my screen came with the correct wiring brown/blue/earth/black.
I managed to wire/connect everything ok, but again, if you supply a european spec product then it should also come with euro wiring diagram. Sorry to moan, but I just thought I would bring this to your attention.
By the way. The screen looks absolutely fantastic.
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