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Kw transformer power indicater lamp will not light even with new bullb

Not sure if circut beaker is working bought this used the tramsformer

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Hi there

Did you check that your lamp hours were actually reset ?

Posted on Mar 27, 2008

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SOURCE: baumatic hood bt82.1 lamps blown..

Hi johnnyi6,

I'm Harvey the Master Plumber.

Your problem is: had a crackling noise then pop..looks like transformer has blown,replaced
but still no lights ..fan o.k...don't appear to be getting any power to transformer via switch?...how do you get push button switch out?...
bypassed light switch and lights o.k with new transformer..any ideas..

Yes, I agree, the switch went bad. It snaps in so you will break it during removal. I recomend you get the replacement switch first so you don't have a wire hanging out while you wait for the new one.

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Posted on Sep 27, 2008

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SOURCE: lamp has been replaced but TV wont power up?

If the lamp is a known good one, the next most likely suspects are the lamp ballast/power supply board or a mis-aligned lamp door. There's an interlock switch which opens when the lamp door is removed. Try removing and re-installing the lamp and the door.

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I also have this same problem, I even fitted new lamp, did yuo get this solved

Posted on Mar 02, 2010

SOURCE: Malibu transformer 120w 1-8100-9120-01 transformer

I don't have repair for defect timer, except return to Home Depot and exchange for another.
Try unplugging timer to see if will reset. There is no specific reset button on timer.
Test outlet with circuit analyzer to confirm there are no electrical problems.

The label shows advisories: Don't use extension cord, unplug unit when working on bulbs, and plug unit into GFCI protected outlet to protect from surge and short.

Other advisories not shown: Unplug power pack if breaker trips or if power goes out. Wait until power is on before plugging back in. First bulb should be 10 feet from unit. Do not wrap extra cord around power pack. Match bulb wattage and power pack wattage: 200 watt power pack should have 200 watts and not more or less. Replace bulbs as soon as they burn out.
These advisories should not affect initial operation of timer, but are things that shorten life of power packs,

Open following links for resources:
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/Malibu-8100-9045-01-large.jpg
http://waterheatertimer.org/Malibu-power-pack-stopped-working.html#dawn-dusk

Posted on Aug 28, 2011

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