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  • Offline KenJ888   gb

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    Re: Screen adjustment behaving weirdly
    Reply #40 on: Mar 18, 2023, 09.41 pm
    Mar 18, 2023, 09.41 pm
    They certainly are. Tbh its way over my head but tomorrow i will check if the system is working. If not ill check the fault code, clear it and try a reset limits on Dealertool. If no change ill swap each of the screen relays in turn with the other 3rd relay (that has the same part no) of the rear brake (I think) to see what happens.
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    Re: Screen adjustment behaving weirdly
    Reply #41 on: Mar 19, 2023, 03.43 pm
    Mar 19, 2023, 03.43 pm
    Another bit of information -

    If you do need to replace one or more of the Relays, they are no longer available from Triumph !  :110:

    Suitable replacements can be found online from eBay etc. by searching for Part Number T2506035.

    The original Make and Model Number of the Changeover Relay is OMRON G8HN 1C4T RH

    A readily available alternative from RS Components ( or Mouser / DigiKey etc )
    is the Panasonic CM1-12V.  Available from RS Components as Part Number 699-5967 for £6.15.

    It's worth mentioning that the 5 pin Relay type can also be used as a substitute
    for the other type of 4 pin Relay, such as the one used for the Top Box ( Triumph Part No. T2506040 )
    which World of Triumph have kindly omitted completely from the Trophy Electrical Parts list ! :027:
    ( You can't use a 4 pin relay as a substitute for a 5 pin one though ! )

    I have updated the Forum Spare Parts List with this information.

    Cheers  :821:

    Last Edit: Mar 19, 2023, 03.56 pm by Coconut