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Old 03-01-2010, 06:08 PM   #1
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Old 11-09-2011, 07:20 AM   #2
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Thank you so much for your reply the wiring diagram helps but I still can't find where the wires that bundle behind the frig lead to...rear of the trailer...I'm sure with time and patience I will fix the problem
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Old 11-09-2011, 12:47 PM   #3
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Phoebe,

I would start at the 12v fuse panel. Are the screws that attach the wires to the fuse block tight? You might try giving them a little twist to insure they are tight. If loose, they could cause problems like this. Good luck.

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I did tighten the screws and one was a bit loose but still am having same problem thank you for the help..and any other information or things to try I will certainly try anything ....!
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The overhead cabinets have false bottoms in them that hide the light wires. Pop the cabinet bottom (on the inside) off and check the wiring. They use wire nuts to attach the "light wires" to the "main power wires". Perhaps a wire nut came loose, thus interrupting the 12v power to the lights.

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Question wiring over kitchen sink all lites an stove upper fan not working

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Consulted with DH. He said to check the wires under the false bottom on both sides. The wire could run internally through the ceiling from one side to the other. We have a 1990 Classic HiLo 25ft. We at one point lost all the lights except our Br lights. Dh consulted with our HiLo dealer and taped into the converter up the wall,then drilled a sm hole under the cabinett on the dinette side and connected to the wire in the false bottom. Presto,lights again. When we did extensive restoration we found a broken wire in the wall next to our ref.on the dinette side. We chose to leave the wire on the paneling rather then bury it in the wall. Just leave enough slack in the wire to allow for the raising and lowering of the HiLo.
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Thanks for posting those wiring diagrams.

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The wiring at the circuit breakers in my 1707T is somewhat different than that shown in the second diagram at the beginning of this thread. It is as shown in the diagram I'm showing here. Functionally though, I believe they are essentially equivalent.

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