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Old 03-09-2020, 10:12 PM   #15
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Help me with my Trombetta isalator solenoids. Over the last 12 years and two rv's I have replaced the solenoids about 4 different times.
Is their a replacement for this solenoid?
When I purchased my current rig the solenoid was energizing but not passing current. 5 years later its failed again.Should I replace with same?

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I think bluesea builds a heavy duty , guaranteed for life one. You'll need to figure out the type you need, I believe they are the ml series latching relays. Someone had a thread awhile back where he replace a bigboy relay with one. Much higher amperage than the one you have.
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Help me with my Trombetta isalator solenoids. Over the last 12 years and two rv's I have replaced the solenoids about 4 different times.
Is their a replacement for this solenoid?
When I purchased my current rig the solenoid was energizing but not passing current. 5 years later its failed again.Should I replace with same?

Thanks
Are you getting the silver plated contact ones?

And yes to the Bluesea setup. Do a search and you should find a thread on the installation.
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Old 03-10-2020, 11:04 AM   #18
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Good morning.

Well what a weekend. Moving one daughters and the other ended up in emergency surgery Sunday night. Daughters are all good 🙏 .


Locate the Intellitec Isolation Relay Delay module in the upper left area. The red wire from that module connects to an 87A type relay. Contact 87A of that relay goes to the center pin on the lower portion of connector C411 (Floor) and that is the purple wire you are looking for. That purple wire can be energized by either the 87A relay when the IRD module is active or by the boost switch on the console to the left of the driver. If you do not get power to the purple wire at the boost solenoid when the boost switch is pushed then the wire must have a break somewhere.

Bob is exactly right. Thank you.
For the drawings too. I learned a lot about reading them. I stared at the for hours in the hospital. Great distraction

The boost switch gets its power from the solenoid in the the front compartment witch sends power to the salesman switch. When you push the boost button it send power to connector 412 top center witch is connected to 411 bottom middle. .

When time permits I’ll look at a BIRD.




THANKS FOR ALL THE HELP.
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This is a repeat of everything I went through recently. You most likely require a new BIRD unit. Read this as history. I included pictures of the parts of the forward circuit bord that you did not.

https://www.irv2.com/forums/f115/tro...se-478055.html

You do not want to be manually doing the work of the BIRD/IRD with a jumper wire.
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