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Old 04-27-2006, 07:32 PM   #1
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Turned on the power and propane today in the 5er so that I could start the fridge for the weekend trip. Filled with water. A couple hours later, a neighbor came over and told us the ramp spotlights were on. OK...I don't remember going near the switch, but whatever. I go out to turn them off and....the switch IS off. Lights are on, switch is off. DH takes the switch apart. Lights still on. He goes out and pulls the fuse...lights STILL on. He finally had to get a ladder and go up to the lights and disconnect them at the light itself. Any ideas on what the heck is happening?
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Turned on the power and propane today in the 5er so that I could start the fridge for the weekend trip. Filled with water. A couple hours later, a neighbor came over and told us the ramp spotlights were on. OK...I don't remember going near the switch, but whatever. I go out to turn them off and....the switch IS off. Lights are on, switch is off. DH takes the switch apart. Lights still on. He goes out and pulls the fuse...lights STILL on. He finally had to get a ladder and go up to the lights and disconnect them at the light itself. Any ideas on what the heck is happening?
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Do you know any good priests? Call for an Exorcism.....

My first thought is reversed polarity somewhere so the lights are getting power off of the Chassis? Either that or a short directly to those lights from another power source. Those are the only possibilities that I can think of if he is sure he pulled the correct fuse.
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