Our company recently purchased a S83-135S motor and Compumotor SX series drive to do some fatigue testing on some of our products. The motor and drive are behaving nicely and my loop program is acting as it should with the motor accelerating, stopping, holding etc. I would like to add a mechanical toggle switch to be able to jog the motor CW when necessary. The way I have the switch wired is G (below FLT) to switch terminal and the other switch terminal to I1 so that when the switch is activated power flows to I1. I also have a jumper wire from I1 to I3 so that when I1 is powered so is I3. In my program I have I1 set as a CW jog input (IN1J) and I3 is set to low (IN3L). I tried to emulate the "jogging the motor " sequence in chapter 4 of the SX/SXF Indexer/Drive User Guide but am getting no movement when I toggle the switch. I did read that 3V was the proper voltage so I have a resistor in between G and my switch resulting in 2.9V at I1 and I3 when the switch is toggled. I am sure there is probably something rudimentary that I am missing but currently I am at a loss, if anyone has any ideas how to resolve this issue I would sincerely appreciate it. Thank you all in advance for your time!