GEL.... NESS 6h.......2h?????????

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  1. emmitdb

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    Greetings,

    In our battery box is a small metal box into which a plethora of wires enter. Its next to the fuse box.

    On the top of the box facing the top are the following words; Gel (and) Ness
    Immediately under these two words are 6h (and) 2h.
    There seems to be a gap in the outer casing of the box through which there 'seems' to be a wheel that has knurled edges as if it is tempting me to insert a small screwdriver and turn it!

    So far I have resisted the temptation to meddle.

    Can anyone tell me what that's all about?
     
  2. chaser

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    Don't know the answer to your question but I always leave things that are working well alone as they very often don't work after iv messed with them:doh:
     
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    The Ness corporation make electrical equipment, including alarms. They even have a range of connectors called Gel apparently. This could be a red herring, but if it is part of an alarm system twiddle at your peril!
     
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    As stated, (and unusually!!!) I have refrained from twiddling. Thanks Gents, but what is the answer?
     

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