Nahh, there are lots of places where you have a whole lot of seemingly
unrelated lines going through one big multipin connector, and if that
connector becomes intermittent, weird things happen. Same with ground
connections as well.
It might be a good time to tear everything down, hit everything with
cramolin and pack all the connectors with dielectric grease. It probably
won't fix the original poster's problems but it's apt to prevent future
ones and it gives him an opportunity to get familiar with all the possible
points of failure.
Not that there aren't plenty of controller and relay issues that can cause
such things too, mind you.
"C'est un Nagra. C'est suisse, et tres, tres precis."
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