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Switch operates but operator doesn't light up. wire continuity from sw track to operator ck OK-one of the bulbs closest to the connector block on the operator glows faintly- Diodes ckd OK.

Switch operates but operator doesn't light up. Wire continuity from sw track to operator cks OK-one of the bulbs closest to the connector block on the operator glows faintly- Diodes ckd OK.

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  • Richard Baker Jan 24, 2015

    I found a broken wire in switch track assembly.

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