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Old 01-17-07, 06:09 PM
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Originally Posted by Ziemas
What if you remove the switch and it's not the problem? Then you are SOL on both counts.

Have you tried to contact Night Hawk?
Haven't contacted them yet, I've been at work (I work very very long hours on the days I work) since I woke up. I get home around 7:00AM now and have to leave for work at 3:00PM, leaves very little time for sleeping, eating, and spending time with the family.
As for your second question; lighting systems are very simple electrical devices. battery, wire, bulb. If I do decide to take the switch off rest assured that I'd rule out the battery and bulb as the culprits before hand.
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