I decided to do a little test with the switch. 12v going in....0v coming out.
I bypassed the switch and ran power directly to the shade motor.
The motor ran okay.
So I removed the switch.( I think the thing is made in France??)
There is a circuit board on it and I noticed a small break (burn-out) in one of the small copper paths. I dabbed a small amount of solder to bridge the gap, replaced the switch and it all works again.
However, I don't think the switch is automatically stopping the blind when it should and I think that is what may have burned out the small circuit when it stalled the motor. It is necessary now to make sure to turn off the switch when the blind gets to the top.
I will have to find a source for the switch now in case this one goes again.
Thanks for your replies, Iver.
Previous Ride = 2000 Monaco Signature
New Ride = 2019 Pleasure Way Lexor FL.