napolean/ lynx model 455 GARAGE DOOR OPENER

Does anyone have the wiring diagram for the lynxx model 455 garage door opener? If I can identify the switch, I will search for a replacement.
I was advised that the time delay light switch is broken. The problem is that the light stays on permanently.
I tried contacting my local Overhead Door-it seems that they don't want to sell me the switch without a service call.
Your assistance is appreciated.
Terry in Alberta
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The model 455 operator uses a bimetal element to control the lights. Automatic Doorman located in Palisades Park NJ should have the switch. You can contact them via R&K Mockler Garage Door Manufacturing 201-943-5374 If you can't get the switch from them, give me a shout at snipped-for-privacy@new-garage-door-parts.com and I'll dig one up for you. Happy Holidays to all!!! Rich

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I am not familiar w/ the lynxx but the light is either controlled by a relay on the logic board (there would be three relays, one for open, one for close, & the third one is the light) or if it is a older model the light would be controllled by a heat element (two metal prongs w/ contact points & one of the prong would be wrapped w/ wire). Regardless of what you have most likely the points have fused together and may only need to be separated & cleaned.
Usually when they go bad to where they need to be replaced the light won't open at all.
Doordoc www.DoorsAndOpeners.com
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