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Old 06-04-2016, 07:56 AM   #1
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still trying to find the cause of my inoperable jacks... 2006 Apex 40MDTS

After following all helpful suggestions to dead ends, I've come to the conclusion that my problem is just power supply related...somehow.
The Silverleaf is telling the system what to do, but it just won't turn on.
Now I am turning my attention to the front Vansco power distribution module, and the multiplex module. But in order to do any sleuthing there, I have to know what each one of the numbered wires does, and I don't have a list that tells me that . Does anyone out there have such a list?

You may ask, "Why don't you just give up and take it to a shop to be fixed?" I would except I don't have plates on it yet; and that is because Oregon, where we bought it, hasn't sent me the title yet. 30 days they say. We only got a 10 day temp tag from them. Well, the 30 days are up now, and we're watching the mailbox daily.

Also, I'm not sure there's anybody in the area, (around New Orleans) that is competent to find and fix the problem.

Dudley, (Dudley Do-Right)
2006 Apex 40MDTS

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Old 06-04-2016, 01:06 PM   #2
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Check the ACA website. IIRC the information you seek is listed in the Tech section. Hope this helps.
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