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Old 09-23-2015, 10:59 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Ira Colby View Post
I would like to thank Mark and Scott for the information they provided. The diagram you provided of the fuse panel helped me isolate the problem. I felt a bit stupid that I spent as much time as I did trying to isolate the problem only to find that it was only a fuse. I had checked the directional light fuses but not the ones marked L T/STP figuring that was for stop lights. It didn't dawn on me that the T probably was for trailer. Now that's fixed we are ready to head out in couple of weeks for the FMCA rally in Ashville NC. We have been camping for years but earlier this year we started fulltiming and can't wait to get on the road.
Don't feel so bad about much time spent trying to solve a problem only to find out it was an EASY fix. Been there done that, oh, just a few times in my RV life. It's always nice to get a hold of diagrams, wiring ones especially. Reading them is something else. But, glad any of us could lend a hand in getting you ready for your adventures. That's what it's all about. We need to get out more.

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