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Lt460blws1a No back lights on. when I apply negative voltage to BL on/off terminal its light and suddenly of. But always BL on/off voltage is 4.0V

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HI Jack,

Can you give more details? Is this a house circuit that you are working on, or some vehicle?

In either case, look thoroughly through the ground side, or common side.
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With 12 volts, it is possible to have power, and read with a test light type of tester or VOM. Again, look at the ground side.

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Hope that helped.
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