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RE: Lafayette LR -1100 receiver stereo indicator lamp

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The stereo light is turned on and off by a signal that triggers a transistor that supplies the voltage to the stereo light.Being the light stays on even tho the tuner isn't on,it is most likely a shorted transistor that drives that light.It is simply passing the supply voltage to the light to keep it on. Do you have a schematic to the unit?

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