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No lights on the panel..

The lights are not on the panel, have checked the breaker...any thoughts

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  • steve harris Mar 04, 2007

    i figured it out the outlet has gone bad..thanks :)



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Golakers Not enough information to help you. Describe the problem more specifically and provide the complete model number. Then I'll be able to help you with diagnosis. Gendos

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