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Old 01-25-2016, 07:34 AM   #1
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I have a forest river salem and the wiring that slides out with the slide in living was caught on slide and pulled apart. I'm trying to reattach but not sure if I put the red and blue together and white with white or red and white and blue and white. Any help? This is the wiring that is in the plastic conduit.
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Thus should be 12v.
Nofmally white us the ground, and any color is power.
If you only have lights in the slide out, try it with white-to-white.
Then check the polarity of a bulb socket.

If you have a meter, check which wire has power, and confirm the white wire on the slide has no resistance to ground.

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Odd situation--you have 3 wires, red/white/blue? Do they not match the other wires where they came apart?
I'm with dpinvidic above--white to white. But if I read this right--you have a red wire and a blue wire on each side of the break?
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