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Old 06-21-2011, 03:35 PM   #1
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Audio Speaker Wiring

I have a 2000 Fleetwood Bounder 39Z, I'm the second owner. The DHS speaker wiring in the slide area is not working I think someone has work on the slide and my have missed wired the speaker wiring. I'm talking about one cube speaker located on the aft end of the slide and the large 6X9 speaker behind the sofa (What a time I had locating that one). What I would like to know is where the wiring for the slide and the wiring for the motor home connect together and how to get to it. Thanks for your help
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Could there just be a switch used to change between your entertainment system and surround sound system?
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Speaker Wiring

Thank you Rich and Cork I just came in from the motor home and have found where the problem was and I corrected it. What I found was that at the speaker wiring that was behind the sofa was missed wired. What may have happened was that the wiring got caught on the sofa bed when it was either opened or closed. Also what I think was when they repaired the damage they spliced the wiring back together matching color to color and that is wrong. The bottom line is that it is corrected. Still can't under stand why Fleetwood but the speaker behind the sofa.
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