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Old 05-04-2018, 07:59 AM   #1
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Electrical Short 32 DS

Is there an electrical print online for my 32 DS. I have a dead short on the two living room lights that are in the middle of the living room straddling the a/c. Also, were these the lights that turn on with a switch under the cabinet near the entry? I think these stopped working after the warranty roof work happened. Thanks in advance for any help.
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The switch under the cabinet does control the ceiling lights in the main living area. There is a couple of threads on the forum here with wiring schematics for
I believe 2014 30 Amp systems. Just do a forum search and they should pop up.
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FR3 Schematics

This is the only drawing/schematic I could find.
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The switch under the cabinet does control the ceiling lights in the main living area. There is a couple of threads on the forum here with wiring schematics for
I believe 2014 30 Amp systems. Just do a forum search and they should pop up.
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This is the only drawing/schematic I could find.
Thank you, I do see the switch is part of the circuit and there might be three lights in line affected. When replacing the fuse it immediately blows. I'll go to the switch first looking for the short. I hope when the redid the roof they didn't puncture a wire.
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