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Old 10-08-2013, 02:36 PM   #1
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Cool 12v Power Issue

I own a 2006 Fleetwood Discovery 39V and have an issue with the overhead light in the bathroom. The light went out and I took this as an opportunity to upgrade it to a LED light. That light came on and then went out. I disconnected the new light and put a electrical meter on the wiring. It registered 12 volts, i connected the new light and again it came on. In about 3 minutes the light went out. This time I used the meter and there was no power, then the meter registered 12 volts without doing anything else. I did test the new light on two other 12 volt sources and it does work fine. I have never encountered this type of scenario before and am wondering if anyone else has had this type of situation. Thanks.
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Old 10-08-2013, 02:46 PM   #2
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You have a loose connection somewhere or a bad ground.

Get your meter out and start tracing the positive and negative wires back until you find the cause.

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