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Which is correct?

You’re correct if you answered C!

Both technicians are correct. More and more, poor pin fit in electrical connectors (caused by improper removal/installation, using too big a probe for the connector size, and repeated connect/disconnect cycles) is causing intermittent faults in the components the circuit is feeding. A scope can be a great way to look for the dropout.

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