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Same lighting problem as the other man...

I can get the faceplate to light and display properly by sliding it around a bit, but bumps and such make it go out--at least half the time. this unit does not use a ribbon cable, instead there is a socket style connection with flexible contacts that the faceplate's contacts press against. I've checked continuity between the socket and the circuit board and have received a reading from all 15 contacts. The faceplate, as far as I can tell, seats properly. I seem to be at a loss on this one but will perservere. Thank you for any help you can give,
Ben

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  • bcoultry Jan 19, 2008

    wish I'd thought of that... But that didn't turn out to be the problem.
    On a whim I tried to clean it again and realized that because of the way the socket is formed, I wasn't cleaning anything but a part of the contacts that don't make contact with anything. Stretched out a Q-tip so it would fit between the plastic ribs and used some rubbing alcohol on the bastards. Stereo works fine now, can't believed I suffered that for a year and a half.

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Check our 15 contacts again when you do at every contact bump the radio if you got reading on all of them check our faceplate again for dirt or bad alignent cheers

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The Nightwatch feature is actually AC feed. The wire harness runs from the faceplate to a box. That box is a DC to AC converter. Replacing the bulb in the meter should have no bearing on the NW feature. They do frequently go bad and in such a case the entire faceplate has to be replaced. Often times the faceplate will have a peeling or a bit of black color on the backside of it when the NW feature goes bad. If you have a watt meter you can diagnose some of the parts around the NW unit to see if that be the case. If you do find you need a new NW faceplate a piece of advice, try to find someone who has a junk/parts radio for sale that the NW still works in. Often time $30-$40 will get you the radio because the NW faceplate itself cost around &80 and are hard to find.
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