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Old 09-21-2012, 01:13 PM   #1
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lights won't turn on, circuit breaker is fine.


stair lights doesn't turn on, circuit breaker is fine. I even replaced a new breaker. I was messing around with the lights a week ago, and now it doesn't turn on. what could be the problem.

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[quote=danio;1014574]I was messing around with the lights a week ago,[/quote]

This IS the problem. What were you doing? Is it a three way switch?

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stair lights doesn't turn on, circuit breaker is fine. I even replaced a new breaker. I was messing around with the lights a week ago, and now it doesn't turn on. what could be the problem.
Have you checked for power available at the switch ?
Use a non contact tester !
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lights won't turn on, circuit breaker is fine.


You did change the light bulb to see if that was it right?
Go back and start checking all the connections.
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