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Double check all the connections that plug into the display unit. Make sure that the positive and negative connections are secure- especially the ground. If this doesn't help, call Whistler at 800-531-0004 for more options.
could be the connection at the blower motor. inspect the contacts and post your findings. the blower motor may be going bad (high resistance) this may burn up the terminals at the connection or inside the motor itself
I guess you will need to open the case up from the panel where the lights are visible. If you can, look for loose connections to the leds or the wires from the leds to the rest of the panel...good luck!
First this is not a Whistler model, its a Fuzzbuster model. Does the unit 'Beep" when you turn it on? Does the lights flash during this time as well? If so, then the unit maybe working but not picking up signals.
It should alarm to known locations such as door openers as these operate on the same band as police radar (X band and sometimes K band). That model is no longer serviced but you can trade it in for a newer more powerful Whistler however. For more information contact whistler at email@example.com
HI, i recommend inspecting the brake peddle switch located near the brake pedal foot lever under the dash. this switch may be malfunctioning or the wires that connect to the switch housing may be lose as well.
If the switch checks out ok, i would then move to the entire wire inspection. Inspect the wires that run to the brake lights to see if they are lose or torn or corroded. if you notice any lose or corroded contact clips, re[place the entire wiring that connects the brake to the electrical current and switch.
Most of the time its bad wires but, dont forget to check the switch that is linked to the brake peddle. this is a known problem spot also. these switches can go bad over time...
Orginal whistler power cords do not have LEDs lights in them and there is no electronics in the plug - 12 volts in, 12 volts out. Sounds like you have a bad cord or a cord that is meant for a GPS unit or other 5 volt device.