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Old 09-03-2018, 06:51 PM   #1
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Need Help with Glendale RV Wiring

Hi, my name is Rod Bosch and I live in Thubder Bay Canada. My RV is stationary at a fishing lodge some 200 km from my home, hence the problem with making repairs. I have a pretty good understanding of electrical schematics and wiring in general, having worked in the electrical utility for 30 plus years, but the wiring to my hydraulic/motor slideout fried due to a failure of the original dual polarity switch. I canít seem to be able to locate the two wires for the motor IN and OUT and even the manufacturer, Lipoert, doesnít seem to understand my problem. Electrically, I understand the wiring, but PHYICALLY, I canít locate the wires. I hope your members can help. I am frustrated with my inability to figure this one out.
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Hi Rod



Glad to have you here in the forum with us. You're gonna like it here.

A little more info is needed. What Kind and model RV do you have?

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Welcome. You might want to look at the appropriate "owners" forum here for some answers.


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Glad to have you here in the forum with us. You're gonna like it here.

A little more info is needed. What Kind and model RV do you have?

Happy Trails!!!
I currently own a 1998 Glendale Golden Falcon Tour Edition 5th Wheel, 29ft in length. It is in great condition, spending the vast majority of its time being stationary.
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I currently own a 1998 Glendale Golden Falcon Tour Edition 5th Wheel, 29ft in length. It is in great condition, spending the vast majority of its time being stationary.
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Welcome to the forum!


My WAG is that they run down the wall next to the motors, then in the floor to a control module under the floor in a storage compartment, then the main wiring will run through either the flooring or compartments to the location of the switch.
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Hi Rod! Welcome to IRV2! We're sure glad you joined the gang!

Sorry I can't help with that.

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