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Author Topic: Unit code problem  (Read 2902 times)


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Unit code problem
« on: November 17, 2005, 12:59:15 PM »

I've got a light that is set to L6.   It
turns on and off via L6 as it's supposed to.

Problem is, it also comes on if I turn on L8.
Turning off L8 does not turn off the L6 light.

Moving the misbehaving light to *any* other
unit code works fine.   It's only on L6 that
it decides to turn on with L8.

Any idea what this might be?  (L6 is a ws4777
3 way and L8 is a ws467.


gil shultz

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Re: Unit code problem
« Reply #1 on: July 12, 2007, 11:45:06 PM »

Good Evening,

You have a bad unit.  The alignment is off or one or more of the component tolerances has drifted.  To prove this plug in a different unit.  There are other possibilities but this is the most probable.

Good Luck
Gil Shultz
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