indicator light


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pilot light

1. A light which is associated with and indicative of the operation of a circuit, control, or device.
2. A small flame (which burns constantly) used to ignite the burner in a gas appliance.
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The round projection module situated below the rectangular lamp unit houses position and indicator lights.
Designed to "help busy households enjoy easy, effective and trouble-free vacuuming," Hoover is offering an amber indicator light that flashes when it's time to change filter bags or during a reduction in air flow -- two scenarios that impact cleaning performance.
A spokesman for Ryanair said: "Flight FR4021 from Liverpool to Agadir returned to Liverpool shortly after take-off as a precaution when a fire indicator light was activated.
THE INDICATOR LIGHTS WILL FLASH ON AND OFF FOR THREE SECONDS, AND THE TOTAL HOURS METER BACKGROUND LIGHT WILL LIGHT UP.
The sets all have a power indicator light and a ready dot on the case and on the large rollers.
The deluxe control unit also features a low-pressure indicator light and shielded "quick connect" air-line ports.
A busted wire means there's a disconnect between the sensor and the indicator light.
A US Airways flight was diverted after an indicator light warned that the oil was low in one engine.
Indicator quickly and safely confirms that fluid is being dispensed, as each pulse of liquid cycled through activates the indicator light.
When the system senses the presence of a BabySmart-compatible child seat, it turns off the front passenger airbag and illuminates an "airbag off" indicator light.
The pot has a 4 1/2-cup capacity and an indicator light that shines when the coffee is ready.
First - forgetting to change her indicator light from off to near side - she crunched into the curb.