Question about Malibu Intermatic Inc. ML121RT Low Voltage 121-Watt Power Pack with Timer
Malibu Lights -- 2 in the string of 6 do not work, but have voltage? Any ideas to check? Thank you.
If voltage is present, it has to be the bulb, usually, depending on the socket. Look at the socket closely, and make sure that the base makes proper contact with the bulb. They can distort just enough to trick you. If you can, make a set of mini-jumpers with alligator clips and wire. Connect from the base (socket) to a known good bulb. It's quite possible that there can be voltage present in the wiring, and none to the light, indicating that either there is a problem with the connection where the wiring passes through on the way to the next light, or in the fixture itself. My guess is that in the press-on connection, one of the spikes has missed the wire. Take that apart and reconnect; it'll probably do the trick.
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