Originally Posted by Wswkmw
Hi Herk, I will be looking at the 12v wiring soon. I see on the pic you provided before that if I cut the wire that would plug into the AC transformer I will likely have red and black wires. The small step light to left of steps has wiring accessible behind the fender area which are connected with twist-on wire connectors so I should be able to tie right in there. Just wondering which wire will go to which. I didn't take a photo yet, but can if that will help. I seem to recall wires being black and white. I apologize if I sound obtuse.
Wayne, Sorry I did not see this till this morning.
Storms went through and we lost power to the house about 9PM. Gave them an hour to get it back on, but with the DW on home dialysis, I could not wait much longer to get her and all her (pre-set up
) equipment moved to the camper; get the generator powered up and connected; open it up and set it up as we would be camping (thus weekend!
) all the while in 90 degree 100% humidity and the dog freaked out from the heavy thunder.
Plans for today completely shot as we did not get much sleep while trying to work the bugs out of the dialysis set up I had planned to do in daylight! Turns out the rubber seal on the shower door compresses the drain tube enough to turn on the "slow drain" alarm every 15 minutes till I figured it out.
My advice is to meter the wires. While GregE is exactly right (normally), there is no reverse voltage protection in the LED controller an a mistake can damage it. Better to be SURE.
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