I think my saga went like this......
Always wondered why there were some extra resistors on the control box
. I wonder if the previous owner had had a problem
Something caused the alarm to keep going off, maybe moisture in the control box
crew fiddled with the box and probably left it so that it did not alarm as it should when the load was too high
Motor burned out at a result of repeatedly overload.
Motor replaced, still spontaneous alarms
Replaced control box, still spontaneous alarm
Had an external transformer to drop down from 24v to 12v (Amazon) rather than using the one in the control box.
No more alarms!
Replacing the motor in Palma was a nightmare. Mainly due to overuse of sikaflex.
Has been fine for over 2 years now.
You have my sympathies. Formula said that mine was a unique problem. The people who make the box in the States had no explanation either
BTW are you a member
of the oyster-owners.com website?