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millennium 911ep

Postby mg2538 » Fri Jul 31, 2009 8:09 am

Marengo County Fire & Rescue - mg2538

We are having problems with our 911ep lightbar. It has been an intermitting problem, front section would not work while the rear directionals work fine. Take down lights and alley lights would work fine. Now nothing is working. At first thought I was thinking it was a grounding problem, but after reading other problems I'm not sure. Any ideas where I should start. Or has anyone had a similar problem?

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Re: millennium 911ep

Postby paulabdou » Tue May 24, 2011 7:49 pm

Yes, I did, with San Diego Fire-Rescue, on Medic 40, we were responding, all our code lights went out, except for the wig-wag headlights. It turned out to be something in the wiring board, either the wiring, shorted out, or grounding problems.

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