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Old 11-10-2011, 04:30 PM   #29
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As I suspected, the cable running from the small switches (touch pads) on the dinette slide to the hydraulic bay was routed incorrectly when the cylinders were replaced in Junction City and got mashed when the slide retracted, thereby damaging a number of wires inside the cable. So, when we had the pump come on for no reason, some of the wires had shorted out (vibration?), activated the relay and started the pump. More later.
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Basil:

From the picture, it looks like your fingers got mashed, too.....
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From the picture, it looks like your fingers got mashed, too.....
Blunt force trauma via hammer years ago! The nail on my thumb has never been the same.
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Here is a wiring diagram for the Apex Smart-Beds I extracted from the HWH 2000 Owner's manual and manually traceing each wire until I understood how it worked. I will integrate this into a mark-up of the owner's manual diagrams and post it on the ACA website at some later date.

WRV had a poor design with all the splices. If I was really ambitious, I would rip it all out and terminate everything on terminal strips to eliminate the splices and provide test points. This might also have made it easier to get the wiring out of the way to replace a pump, etc. I hope no one else has to go thru that fiasco.
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