Electrical Sphere Wireless Lights

May 22, 2018
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No. Can’t turn them off at all without reprogramming the reciever
i would try to isolate whether you have two faulty switches or an issue with the receiver. Transpose a known working switch with one of the switches that turns itself on, if the problem on the particular circuit goes away or follows the switch, then you have a faulty switch. PS You will have to reprogram the channels.
Hope that makes sense.
 
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achjimmy

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If the green light stays on on the mai sphere unit, the relay is stuffed in the unit and the unit needs to be replaced. I had the problem in my new starcraft and they said its the relay in the unit and replaced it. If the switches on the walls do not turn the sphere units on and off, check that the batteries in the wall switches are not flat. Each wall switch takes 2 x 3032 batteries.

I hope this helps

Greg
Switch’s take 2x CR2032 not 3032s
 

Red1

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#43
Hi all, I have replaced the batteries in the switches, and cleared the program 8n all of the lights and reprogrammed them all. They worked perfectly. Left it for a few days and, on came the strip light above the sink, again....
this is the same one that has played up before. Would this be a dodgy receiver box ???? It is only ever this one that plays up. Can’t turn it off with the switch. I had to push the button on the receiver to shut it off.

Cheers
 

ortongeoff

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May 22, 2018
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#44
Hi all, I have replaced the batteries in the switches, and cleared the program 8n all of the lights and reprogrammed them all. They worked perfectly. Left it for a few days and, on came the strip light above the sink, again....
this is the same one that has played up before. Would this be a dodgy receiver box ???? It is only ever this one that plays up. Can’t turn it off with the switch. I had to push the button on the receiver to shut it off.

Cheers
Try transposing with switch with another switch in the van and see if the problem follows the switch or stays with the circuit.