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Old 02-17-2016, 02:48 PM   #1
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What is this for?

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This is a relay box located in the front right cabinet with the video wiring (antennae, switch box, etc.). It has an internal 12 vdc relay that is powered by the 2 pin connector that makes/breaks the hot wire to the 120 vac outlet. The red wire to the relay is labeled CSP, the white wire is ground (red and white wire not in photo). I traced the wires to the under dash connector but there is nothing connected to the other side of the connector. I did find wires labeled the same next to the connector that are capped off. They have 12 vdc when the ignition is on.
Curious to know if anyone has this and what it controls.

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Old 02-17-2016, 02:53 PM   #2
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I will bet it is the tv kill switch for when the RV is in motion. I have heard that some (maybe all) MoHos have a way to keep the power killed to TV while they are in motion since most states do not allow a TV to be on in the view of a driver. No that said I am not sure how the driver would see the TV.. But hey what do I know.
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I will bet it is the tv kill switch for when the RV is in motion. I have heard that some (maybe all) MoHos have a way to keep the power killed to TV while they are in motion since most states do not allow a TV to be on in the view of a driver. No that said I am not sure how the driver would see the TV.. But hey what do I know.

X2 So you can't watch TV while driving.
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TV kill seems to be the most likely function since 120 vac is dropped when the ignition is on. Won't work in my case since my flat screen is 12 vdc wired to the coach batteries. Thanks everyone.
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