Shark driver question

kenster

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Mac, well duhhhh! I am looking for a way to do what a Maxflex......
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MAC!
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I can not get a yes or no answer to this question!
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Can someone PLEASE????? I really would be a happy camper with an answer YES OR NO?
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I don`t even care if you are right or wrong just please someone say YES OR NO PLEASE!!!!!!
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No, it there is a 50 chance of the being wrong, as I have no idea, I just know that anything that can mimic the voltage varying effect of the potentiometer can adjust the output of the shark, say a hall sensor.
 

kenster

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65535 said:
No, it there is a 50 chance of the being wrong, as I have no idea, I just know that anything that can mimic the voltage varying effect of the potentiometer can adjust the output of the shark, say a hall sensor.

I thank you for at least saying NO. This is my first kind of sort of deffinate answer to this question I have asked and asked to those who I figured should know.:wtf: :laughing: I don`t know nuttin bout nuttin myself!:stupid:

Seriously, I thank you for your response.:)

Ken
 
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