Over the last few days my OGM masthead anchor/tricolour light has started acting strangely. The light has a solar
sensor which turns it on when the ambient light is low and off again in daylight. That's what is supposed to happen anyway.
Unfortunately, lately the sensor has been turning the light off successfully, but once evening comes around it doesn't turn the light back on. The only way to get the light to work
is to flip the breaker off and then on again *after nightfall*. This is annoying, because if I want to leave the boat
and go ashore, I will have no anchor
light unless I return after sunset, switch it on, and then go back to shore.
What could be amiss? Does anyone have any experience with the actual workings of such a light? Any thoughts are appreciated!