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Thread: Led remains on when powered down!! Help

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    Default Led remains on when powered down!! Help

    I ha tri-Cree BBW. The blues are wired to the positive and L1 and the White to the positive and L2 for FOC. When powered on everything works perfectly even the FOC and the accent light. Ive checked for bridged connections. Ive even desoldered the leds and re-did them, but it never fails. On or off, card in or out, if the battery is in the blue lights remain on. Im lost. Any ideas. FYI its a NBv4 assembly w/wiring harness

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    You have a ground somewhere in your wiring.
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    But where? I can’t find it what do you think the most obvious place might be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forgetful Jedi Knight View Post
    You have a ground somewhere in your wiring .
    Check out this vid. Maybe it will help you help me.

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    What is that black square under the white wires? It appears that the LED grounds go into it.
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    Please specify which wires by which photo first, second etc.62786FC5-590E-4F34-958E-9699CFF874BE.jpg

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    That’s all the pics it would let me upload

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    Is that a latching switch you are using?
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