Hi there… Am a bit confused on what the XT90S connectors do, and how to use them properly.
I own an off-the-shelf Trampa 2019 pro board. I understand the XT90S’s have a resistor in them to help prevent a spark ocurring, but I’ve had a few issues where they do ‘pop’ as I’m connecting the loop keys. Does this mean they should be instantly replaced? There is a small amount of black charring inside the connector, but nothing overly concerning. Are they also meant to act as a fuse?
Also, when it comes to connecting the loop keys to the board, is it best practise to connect the end with the resistor into the board first, or the other end?