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Old 8th April 2013, 13:42   #16
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Default Re: How to make cabin lamp dim out?

Originally Posted by revintup View Post
While am sure it is dramatic, there is another side to this too.

My old swift had this and the problem is that you tend to walk away in the night even if your door is not completely closed.

If dimming is not present you know from the switched on light the moment you close the door that its not been properly closed.
I did not get the point here.

The light starts to dim only if the door is closed properly(two clicks of the door mechanism). If the door is not closed properly, the switch does not break the circuit at all and the dimming does not happen at all as the door is still treated as open, the light will be still on.

When the door is properly closed the light starts to dim starts(or goes off dimmer is not there).
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