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My fire just stopped working. When I turn it on a small red light flickers on the inside on the right hand side. It's nothing to do with the bulbs at the bottom as I've tested these and they are fine

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normally when that happens its one of two things,, one of the bulbs has gone bad and the filament has arched over the other filament , so check the bulbs with a tester not just by eye , and if thats all ok, check the flasher unit itself, which I doubt in this case since its just one side is the problem clean the base of each bulb so you know they h ave a good ground

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