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Old 06-20-2015, 09:13 AM   #1
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Question 33TS WIRNG PROBLEM. I need help!!

The 110 vac circuit in the living room of my Forest River Cardinal 33TS trips its breaker. When isolated and tested, the wiring in the two slide outs and the outlets on the back wall showed no shorts. The neutral wire coming into this area is showing 6 volts AC. The source of this voltage is the air conditioning unit circuit. But, opening the A/C breaker does not allow the LR circuit to reset. It also trips out with its neutral wire disconnected at the main panel. The wiring on the roof top unit shows no breaks or tears. I believe the Romex for the A/C runs out the back of the main breaker box and UP the wall to the roof, while the wire for the LR runs DOWN and to the left slide out area. (I don't know where it connects in to the LR area) I don't think the LR and A/C circuits can meet anywhere except for their neutrals on the main box.

What's the nature of this short and where do I look now to find this short??
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