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Author Topic: LIGHTS OUT, INDICATOR SWITCH WIREING PROBLEM-HELP PLEASE!!!  (Read 4719 times)

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Re: LIGHTS OUT, INDICATOR SWITCH WIREING PROBLEM-HELP PLEASE!!!
« Reply #10 on: November 06, 2011, 12:48:15 AM »
Pooch

the search function is your freind

Try looking at the Fisrt thread in this directory

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Re: LIGHTS OUT, INDICATOR SWITCH WIREING PROBLEM-HELP PLEASE!!!
« Reply #11 on: November 06, 2011, 09:43:51 AM »
Am i becoming annoying Warren,lol..Is THAT what u are really sayn,lol??Steve said i would be?? :-\

Noooo search bar hasnt been my friend in the past, i type in key words and get other stuff thats of no help,im never lucky in the searches,BUT THANKU,that link is PUUUURFECT!!!YAY!
THAT will help heaps ;D
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Re: LIGHTS OUT, INDICATOR SWITCH WIREING PROBLEM-HELP PLEASE!!!
« Reply #12 on: November 07, 2011, 07:12:28 PM »
Posted a little while back that my push pull light switch stopped working. What happened was the lights just stopped working one night and I had to giggle the switch to make them work.  I have since replaced the switch which I think was out of a valiant (bought at a swap meet for 8 bucks) and now working sweet.  Tried to locate an original one but had no joy, have you thought of this? They tell me this is a common problem in Beddies.

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Re: LIGHTS OUT, INDICATOR SWITCH WIREING PROBLEM-HELP PLEASE!!!
« Reply #13 on: November 09, 2011, 01:18:43 PM »
STILL having problems, going over one wire at a time and thrs shitloads of them,over a week tryn to find the prob,bloody bedford! >:(
Look in2 that too-pull switch thingy!
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Re: LIGHTS OUT, INDICATOR SWITCH WIREING PROBLEM-HELP PLEASE!!!
« Reply #14 on: November 11, 2011, 07:05:13 PM »
My brothers friend, a retired electrician John FINALLY FOUND THE PROBLEM AFTER TWO WEEKS EVERY DAY,my brother wayne wouldnt give up searchn,in the end had to call in john & he found the problem,lol..arrrrrrrrrrrgh! :'(
It was the guts of the HAZARD switch, wire had melted/overload volts,had to pull all that out to actually find the problem and just now found a new replacement on ebay.uk,on its way..YAY,once thats inn IM FINALLY ON THE ROAD after 8months in the garage with this horrid Beddy of mine,lol,its only week or so away till im burning rubber baby! ;D
« Last Edit: November 11, 2011, 07:08:14 PM by Poochimama »
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