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#186: 11-05-2010, 12:04 PM
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Originally Posted by Northwoods Snowman View Post
Make sure all the contacts are clean, and tight. If the contacts started arcing, there could be a layer of carbon on them preventing current flow for an otherwise good bulb/LED. I found the LEDs I put in didn't fit tight so I had to bend the wires out a little to make sure I had good contact.
Thanks for the feedback. I tried what you said. No light. I even tried using the light that is working on the left LCD and it did not light. The bulb that did not light up on the left LCD did work when put behind the right LCD. The contact point does not appear to have any carbon on it. Does this essentially mean it is an issue with the circuitry?