[DML] Re: Left directional woes
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[DML] Re: Left directional woes

Thanks everyone for weighing in on this.  I did switch the left 
circuit board to the right and the problem occured on the right so 
it does seem to be the board that's the problem.  Oddly enough, when 
I reinstalled the board on the left, the directional worked again.  
Great, but it's only a matter of time before it goes again. Fuse is 
fine - I swapped in a new one just to be sure.  

When it does, I'll try sanding it down a bit.  I'm not near the 
ocean and both the bulb and board are pretty new.   I think a board 
from our friends at Grady is ultimately the way I'll end up going.  
Again, thanks to all.

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Jan van de Wouw" <janvdwouw@...> 
> --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "John Slupski" <slupa@> wrote:
> > I cannot seem to find a way to get my left rear directional bulb 
> > stay in the socket.  I'm now on my third citcuit board (a "new 
> > from DMC). It works fine for a time but after a while I get the 
> > blink again.  The bulb is fine and I don't really want to get 
> > circuit board.  I have tried pushing the connector on the board 
up and 
> > down with a pencil eraser and I have tried squeezing the clamps 
> > the bulb a bit but performance is still intermittent.  Any 
> Are you sure it's thesocket that's the problem?
> If you've allready replaced the boards twice I'd be inclined
> to suspect the contacts in the plug on the edge of the board.
> Did you try swapping the boards between the left and right 
> They're basically the same, just positioned "upsidedown" between 
> two sides, so even the function / orientation of the bulbs is the 
> If the problem moves to the right you know the problem is in the 
> if it doesn't you have to check the plug and/or wiring to the 
> Good luck,
> JAN van de Wouw
> The Netherlands
> former owner #05141

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