For Sale: Modern Code 3 RX2700 Light Bar w/ Control Panel Box WORKS BUT READ

coalchamber998

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Hello everyone, new member here but I've been selling on ebay for over 20 years. This bar has blue LED’s. Tested and in good working condition except I couldn't get the switch on the left to work. It's marked strobe and would only make a clicking sound when tried. The other switches made all the different lights come on as they should. I did not bundle the wires together like they are so maybe something is wired incorrectly. I only hooked the red and black wires up to a battery and tested it that way. The wiring going into the light is missing the jacketing as shown. The light itself is in good shape with no major damage and no missing covers. I'm asking $250 plus shipping to the US. Feel free to message me with questions!
 

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Often, the first switch on that style of switchbox engages a relay. The relay permits the switch, which can handle relatively low current, to power something which requires higher current. The relay typically has its own, larger power wires which must be connected to power coming in and to the item being powered.

The click you are hearing may be that relay engaging.
 
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Often, the first switch on that style of switchbox engages a relay. The relay permits the switch, which can handle relatively low current, to power something which requires higher current. The relay typically has its own, larger power wires which must be connected to power coming in and to the item being powered.

The click you are hearing may be that relay engaging.
That makes sense! It's definitely a relay click. Thanks for the info!
 

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