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Old 10-26-2001, 12:55 AM
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Maybe I wrote it wrong


I figured the time delay was on the pcb and what I meant to say was the position of the overhead switch was set that allowed the door contact switch to operate the light when opening. What I don't know is whether it would affect the light coming on at all. Shouldn't the time delay start doing it's work after the door contact switch has been pushed in like closing the door, otherwise the timer would count out it's time and shut off the light regardless whether you shut the door or not. I wish a tech would chime in and shed some light onto this seemly easly problem.

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