Re: Light switch in reply to Vgershon, 06-11-2020 15:23:49
I'm wondering if the switch is a battery disconnect, that was put in as a stop gap because the battery was draining. Does it have large battery cables attached to it? Get the test light a a local parts store. the hardest part about using one is finding bare metal to attach it to. It has a pointed end so that it can be pushed into the insulation of a wire, when necessary. it is used to tell you if there is electricity in the wire. once you know where the electricity is or isn't, you have to use your common sense to figure out if the electricity should or should not be there. The only way to get the common sense is trial and error. Good luck, you can do this.
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