@ramachandra I have measured voltages on voltage regulators in control pod https://www.flickr.com/photos/124702258@N03/16753925595/ ( this is picture of my friend, He measured voltage on his working Control pod, the voltages are the same on mine)
I have also measured voltage on wires in Control pod like in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jlsThzpK1J0&t=884 ( except he put red wire of multimeter on ground, so he got reversed voltages - negative), I write mine and his voltages too (corrected)
Voltages of MY Control Pod:
wa2-ground( reference point)
wa3 -17,49v (negative voltage)
wa1 17,15v (positive voltage)
wa15 -x (no connection)
Voltages on HIS Control Pod:
wa2 ground(reference point)
Edited by EdgeSRB - 3/13/15 at 9:13am
wa3 -18,23v (negative voltage)
wa1 17,40v (positive voltage)
wa15 - x (no connection)
You can see that everything is the same except wa9 ( I got 2,75v and he got 0,29v) and wa13 (I got 2,72v and he got 0,0v)
wa9 is thin gray wire ( i think that is pin 2 SUB IN), and wa13 is thin blue wire (pin 7 Amp Enable), how can this be than...?
I dont know what PID is on Control Pod from the video....