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Old 12-14-2013, 02:17 PM   #1
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What do these wires connect to?

Hi again, I just had a previous discussion on ways to easily lift the bed. So I pulled off the mattress to gain access to the box underneath, lifted the lid and found a couple of wires disconnected and just laying there. I also found 2 wire nuts on the floor. The blue and white wires go into the lid and underneath the slide but they have no power. The red and white wires have 120 Volts when connected to shore power. Not 12 volts. My assumption is they connect together, but I don't really know for sure. I don't want to connect them together without knowing. Everything works on the rig as is, power outlets work inside and out, a/c and heather works. I'm scratching my head on this. I have a 2011 Sunseeker 3120. Anyone remember seeing these wires and if they connect together? Thanks, Randy
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Old 12-14-2013, 02:26 PM   #2
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Can you find the red and white wires on the power panel, if you can what is the breaker labeled as?
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Opps, voltage is 12.5, had voltmeter on wrong setting. The wire leads to the fuse box, and states: 15 amps Rear
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Just figured it out. They go to the lights above the bed. I thought the bulbs were burned out. But they work now. Thanks
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Just figured it out. They go to the lights above the bed. I thought the bulbs were burned out. But they work now. Thanks
Ahhh, very cool....

Buy some spare bulbs just the same....
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My first thought was the flux capacitor, but the bedroom lights make more sense now.
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