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Re: Dayburners « Reply #30 on: October 29, 2009, 11:09:40 PM » Author: TudorWhiz
Hmm you know my post above in June telling about a dayburning streetlight? even in October, IT STILL IS DAYBURNING.

GOSH! do they EVER fix lights? and a hanging down OVX got replaced with an m250r2, very close to this dayburner like a few months ago, and they did NOT Fix the m400 a2 dayburner! i am really going to report this to xcel energy. if the report feature works.

Maybe safety is more of their priority OR...they only fix what gets REPORTED
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Re: Dayburners « Reply #31 on: October 29, 2009, 11:20:26 PM » Author: KEDER
I did report it though. not to long ago. after that post.

i do hope it gets fixed! and i hope the whole fixture dosen't get replaced...
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Re: Dayburners « Reply #32 on: October 30, 2009, 05:09:37 AM » Author: TudorWhiz
Report it again, make it simple by saying "It stays on even during the day, won't turn off at all"
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Re: Dayburners « Reply #33 on: October 30, 2009, 03:51:12 PM » Author: joseph_125
In my area I notice that most dayburning fixtures have their own PCs. I rarely see fixtures that are on a group relay dayburn as much.

@Keder yeah you should report again. My utility takes a long time to fix streetlights though. There are some in my area that have been out for almost a year now.
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Re: Dayburners « Reply #34 on: October 30, 2009, 05:33:04 PM » Author: KEDER
I mean i reported after the post YESTERDAY.

i reported it yesterday, got a call back today.

i need to report it agian though, vague info.
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Re: Dayburners « Reply #35 on: October 30, 2009, 05:58:57 PM » Author: Foxtronix
Here dayburners are serviced within a month (if I'm lucky!), as of cyclers and non-working fixtures, HORRIBLE. It can take several months before servicing. One near me is cycling for now almost 2 years! Yup, 2 years! However the M400A Powr/Door that cycles seems to have a standby lamp, some nights it cycles, some others it doesn't. Also the cycling rating is pretty low, it only cycles once every 20 - 30 minutes.

Another fixture just next to it was cycling for 6 months when they serviced it last september. That one was only lit for 1 min every 5 min.
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