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highbeam wont turn on** loose connection ** problem solved

I have a problem with my headlights turning on. I do not have anything wired to my low beams but I have the projector mod and hids wired to my high beam. The inline fuses for the hids are not burned out and if I turn the high beam switch on, the blue light on the cluster doesn't even turn on. Any ideas?
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Check all your wires you may have clipped one or it may have burnt through! Check all your connections
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everything seems to be fine, unless I'm overlooking something. but ill check again later today
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dude YOU BLEW A FUSE...LEFT HAND SIDE OF THE BIKE Mid Ferring....I THINK ITS A 20 AMP AND YOUR GOING TO NEED NEEDLE NOSEPLIERS....GOOD LUCK

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the solder on one of the connections came loose. problem fixed.
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Solder shouldn't be coming lose, maybe you should resolder all the connections to be safe it won't happen again?
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I did, I just didn't do a very good job the first time I did it. I guess I just wanted to get it done at the time.
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