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Old 04-27-2010, 11:26 AM   #1
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Unified Brake System Problem

I have the unified brake system and it worked fine in the old MH. In the process of moving it from old MH to new MH the shop that removed it, cut the wires to the cab control unit so close to the unit that the color code of the wires is no longer visable. I will have to re-solder the connections to the circuit board but don't know the order they are in. As you look at the controller with the wire connections on the upper left, is the top wire red then black, white, green or is it green on top, then white, black red as you read from top to bottom? Called US Gear but they said there was no schematic available and they didn't have a clue as to what order the wires were in.
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks- Harv

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Called US Gear but they said there was no schematic available and they didn't have a clue as to what order the wires were in. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
Harv, My what excellent customer service you received! That ain't right. They should have been able to provide you with a baseline or some place to start looking.

I know the guys at SMI would not have left you hanging like this.

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Old 04-28-2010, 02:04 AM   #3
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Private message me.. I have a TC-6000 I won't be using again since my car died, also the TC-6000 is dead.. I can ship it to you in exchange for postage (May take me a couple of weeks) and you can just copy the wire layout if you like

NOTE: the unit is defective.... But since the car part just hit the junk yard that's not a problem.. I'm going to have to replace it if/when I get a new car.
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