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Originally Posted by squelch
There are no signs of damage or bad solder.
Wiredwrx, yep, I will have to get a multimeter and learn how to use it to go any further, the light is crude but simple.
It seems that the power to the fuse has nothing electronic to stop supply, this is all taken care of after the fuse, it is all mechenical ie: bad wire, bad solder.
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All you really need is continuity. Just put it in that mode, and touch the probes to the points, and if you hear a beep, they are connected (or read very little resistance if there is no beep) and you are set.
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...It seems that the power to the fuse has nothing electronic to stop supply, this is all taken care of after the fuse, it is all mechenical ie: bad wire, bad solder...
That is correct. The ferrite bead just has a piece of wire looping through it. I does that twice between the J11 and the fuse. If you don't have continuity, then there must be a bad soder joint. Sometimes the only way to find that is with a real meter.