Join Date: Sep 2012
Location: Newburgh, Indiana
Well disconnecting the wire from sensor will cause the light to not come on at all under normal conditions. I would say the wire that connects to the sensor is grounding out somewhere. Remove plastic and start tracing it down. Prolly something pinching it against the frame causing it to ground out and turn light on.
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