Originally Posted by dunnnc
Is the remote module not in the NO position as is the manual rocker switch? If so, it shouldn't make any difference.
This is true as long as no one ever presses the interior awning switch.
Power from the wall switch would then be routed to the awning motor and the remote receiver outputs which are grounded when not activated.
This would destroy the receiver.
F100turbo was trying to protect the receiver by putting reverse biased diodes in the outputs of the receiver (I think). Both lines would have to be so protected since either line can carry positive voltage (IN or OUT) and the opposite becomes ground.
With a biased diode in the remote output lines, there would be no ground path for the remote to operate the awning motor.
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