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What is a watt governor and what does it look like?

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It is a small black box for the lights. if lights blink on and off, it is the watt governor causing this. just remove governor and wire lights direct. part # 98480-02. have a good day !!

Posted on Jan 02, 2011

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  • hemi_boy426 Mar 31, 2011

    Was easier to find and rewire than wiring the remote to the light itself!! Works just fine now! Thanks for the help!

  • brady_mcnew
    brady_mcnew Jan 21, 2012

    most excellent advice! my light started flashing this morning out of the blue, as soon as I recovered from my seizure, I removed the watt governor and it's good as new.

  • Patricia Bargas Lozano
    Patricia Bargas Lozano Nov 17, 2012

    where do we find the watt governor on the fixture?

  • Larry Haltom Jul 14, 2013

    Great advice. I removed the watt governor and the light no longer flashes. Thanks.

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