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Old 08-12-2016, 02:47 PM   #1
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Electrical schematics

Are electrical schematics available for particular travel trailer models? It would be nice to have one available in case issues were to arise.
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Only ones I've seen are for a few of the higher end RVs.
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Are electrical schematics available for particular travel trailer models? It would be nice to have one available in case issues were to arise.
They don't seem to be readily and easily available, but you may be able to contact your particular RV division and see if they can accommodate.
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You'll never find two of the same model units wired the same ... knowing that ... FR doesn't put effort in any diagrams available to John Q. Public. Most SOB's ride in the same canoe.
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If you will look in the FRF library, we do have a few schematics of various RV's that the members were able to get from Forest River and share here.

It's most likely going to depend on the particular division, and if such exists.
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Old 08-15-2016, 05:14 PM   #7
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Access to wiring

Since it appears that there are no schematics for any? trailers, does anyone know if the wiring runs through the walls, ceiling or floor? my GFI outlets dont work, they did but after not using our wildwood 23fbl for 2 years they dont work, I checked the breaker and all is well 110v in and out,no 110 at bathroom our kitchen outlet, in the manual its says something about an inverter switch.. I do not have one of these.. I've used our 1.8kw coleman generator numerous times before with no issue. any advise? also the 3 speed fan over the bed doesnt get power. No sign of mice living in or around trailer, ants though are a problem
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Old 08-15-2016, 07:01 PM   #8
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They run the wiring wherever it's convenient. So yes, they are run in all the aforementioned places.

Have you tripped and reset all the breakers?
Have you tested all the fuses?
Have you went all around and through the RV looking for GFI receptacles? They can put them in some strange places.

There have been reports of the wiring coming loose in the back of the receptacles causing the remaining receptacles to be dead. But, before pulling all the receptacles out make sure you check all the easy things first.
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