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Old 09-12-2018, 10:34 PM   #1
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Mystery connections in the bedroom roof

So I was replacing the vent garnish since the old one got cracked from UV.

Found an access hole with a whole mess of connectors. I havent poked it with a voltmeter yet but I am curious if anybody might know what these are.

I am thinking they are for an optional fantastic fan? If so where might the other side be for the control panel?
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This is for a NationalRV Tropical T391
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Fantastic fan doesn't need that many wires , or at least any I worked on .

Do you have two roof A/C units ?
Looks more like A/C prep wiring connectors to me.
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Look very close to the wires. Some mfgr's actually put a function on some of them.
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Fantastic fan doesn't need that many wires , or at least any I worked on .

Do you have two roof A/C units ?
Looks more like A/C prep wiring connectors to me.

Yeah I have two roof units.

I will probe them with a voltmeter tonight to see what they are putting out. At the very least its easy access to power to put in my own fantastic fan in the bedroom.

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Look very close to the wires. Some mfgr's actually put a function on some of them.
Ill try pulling the cables out a bit to see if they are labeled. I looked a bit (like 6" away from the molex connectors) but didnt see anything at first glance.
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Well cables are not labeled. The big one that has red/black/green/white/orange wires have no voltage in them.

The smaller ones that are orange/white have 12v in them. At least its easy access to 12v for a future fantastic fan installation in the bedroom.
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The ones with no voltage might be ground??? This could be a junction for multiple power and ground taps.
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