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Old 09-16-2021, 06:26 PM   #1
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Searching for a member who may have a 22H AF model. My husband disconnected some of the "Main" wiring in the electrical/fuse box when removing the jack knife sofa... He did not mark the wiring or the location. Hoping a photo of the back of the panel may help. Thank you
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It has been 4 days and no one has answered.

We really need more in the picture. Some disconnected wires and connection screws are just out of the picture.

The way I would figure it out is to follow the wires to the ends and see what they are connected to. Are they 12 volt appliances. Are they 120 volt appliances. Are they control wires.

There are two loose screws on the bus shown. Two of the white wires may go there. Do you feel lucky?

Measure the voltage on the wires. The red wires could easily be hot and may be 120 volts. Again, do you feel lucky?
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There is a Northwood Owners forum that has many helpful people that could likely help you. The site is https://www.nroa2003.com/forum/. I suggest you might try posting your picture and question there.

Another source would be to call the factory and talk to someone there. There is also a Northwood specific sub forum on this irv2 site at https://www.irv2.com/forums/f289/ , you might try posting there also.
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It has been 4 days and no one has answered.

We really need more in the picture. Some disconnected wires and connection screws are just out of the picture.

The way I would figure it out is to follow the wires to the ends and see what they are connected to. Are they 12 volt appliances. Are they 120 volt appliances. Are they control wires.

There are two loose screws on the bus shown. Two of the white wires may go there. Do you feel lucky?

Measure the voltage on the wires. The red wires could easily be hot and may be 120 volts. Again, do you feel lucky?
What is an AF 22H?? Clarifying that may garner some replies...
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What is an AF 22H?? Clarifying that may garner some replies...
AHH, figured it out... Artic Fox 22H Doh!! A couple suggestions. It really doesn't matter what breaker "most" of the wires are connected to as they are most likely 15 amp. With that being said, the yellow wires are 12 gauge and would go to the 20 amp breakers. I would suggest reconnecting the white wires to the 15 amp breakers turning them on to see what they run. Then go to an online manual for the larger electronics to verify they do indeed require a 15 or a 20 amp breaker. Reconnect as appropriate and re-lable the fuse box.

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