I do not have it plugged into anything other than the battery being hooked up. Is it not possible to run the lights off of the battery with out it being plugged in. My goal was to use a solar panel to recharge battery.
Sorry not included.... MAGNETEK 6409
It's close. Mine does not have indicator lights and has a 120V 10A outlet above the circuit breakers. The breakers look a bit different but overall looks very much alike.
6400A series / 6409 model. Also, I did try the switch in the batt position.
Ok, so nothing happened when I tried touching a wire from base of bulb in socket to body. However, new symptoms that make me feel like there's a neutral/ground that is messed up. I now can only register power at one of the lights and not at the other. I can trace voltage along a pair of (black/white) wires that go up into the roof structure and then it seems as if everything is burried in foam as it lead to the two lights. I'm not sure how the lights are hooked up because i only can see the one pair of wires go up but there are a seperate black/white pair at each light. Seems as if there should be a split somewhere i can't find or is burried. Thoughts?
Just to make sure, how am i shorting them out? Take bulb out and touch the positive and negative parts of socket together with wire? Now that I think about it, parallel makes sense.
I took a light down and touched the wires and nothing happened. Also I got a new fuse and tried it and still no dice. Didn't even get a small spark, yet still registering voltage on meter