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YT624EJ light problem

Good day folks,

I got a 2014 YT624EJ that I bought last year. The thing is mint, literally.
After a good winter of work, I've changed the oil, add lubricant where needed and stored it in the shed.
When I took it out this w-e to bring it back in the garage, I noticed that the light wont turn on at all...
Any one of you familiar with this issue?

Everything is connected to the battery and the snowblower itself starts with the key no problem.

If no one had this issue, is there a service manual for this model hanging around?

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Maybe a loose ground tab or corrosion.



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Bulb burnt out?

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It's a multiple LED lamp. This diagram is from the Yamaha service manual, pretty sure the LED is shown backwards in this diagram. Polarity are reversed.






It should be.



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[QUOTE=Coby7;1677051]It's a multiple LED lamp.]

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Maybe a loose ground tab or corrosion.

I’ve looked for loose wire but couldnt find any. Everything is snug and tight. The chute control works normal as well.

Just to clarify about the ground tab, is it this one?
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Yes.


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Take your voltage meter out and start probing.


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Take your voltage meter out and start probing.
I got one, but to be quite honnest I’m pretty limited when using it. The only thing I can do with it is to notice a dramatic change in the numbers once I touch different things of verify a battery voltage. Total improvisation otherwise...
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