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04-04-2009 05:41 AM  9 years agoPost 21
Groundprox

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Static after grounding the boom
I've grounded the boom from the servo mount ring to the CF body, and I still get static arcing from the vertical fin to the boom. Tried static guard on the belt, still arcing. Do most of you spray the belt directly? or do you spray a cloth and wipe the belt (which is what I've done, but doesn't seem to help). I've confirmed by using a multimeter and checked for continuity between the boom and body, virtually no resistance which is what we want. Any suggestions?

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