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Old 08-05-2013, 10:28 PM   #21
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I understand that, also in his description he stated the black with the B runs to the same location as the red, this is the picture I want if they are both at the winch then yes you are correct the black with the B is a ground.
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Old 08-05-2013, 10:35 PM   #22
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Up inside the winch housing is the backside if the up/down button. There is a sticker with the letter A, B, and C. Both the red wire with the transformer and the black wire (red end) marked with a B come from this same location. I will try to get a picture tomorrow when it is daylight out so you can see.

I'm curious have any of you moved to the LED's yet. Been reading quite a few posts about people switching.
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Old 08-05-2013, 10:36 PM   #23
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By the way welcome to the forum! Lights will work even when wired backwards but enough heat to melt a lense really has me concerned you could get a fire going. I am very good with electrical when I am able to look at the actual wires and do the testing/tracing but unfortunately I am not where you are to check it. I highly suggest you get the TT to someone who knows what to do. I am thinking you should take all wires off the negative post for now (to avoid a fire) and get someone to look at it for you.

You may want to go to the top of this thread page and do a search on your TT model eletrical issues, be sure the FRF dot is highlighted.
What is the FRF dot?
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Old 08-06-2013, 12:37 AM   #24
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No need to post the photo, from your description your first statement and VinceU were correct the black with the B goes on the ground post.

Now you need to deal with those hot light bulbs. Yes I switched to LED bulbs recently got 30 of them on EBay for $25 including shipping. The ones I got may not be bright enough for you since you stated you had all 3 lights on in your TT at once, I prefer lower light so I got the ones that are kind of bluish in color and not real bright. I don't know from experience but people say the bright white ones are closer to regular bulbs in brightness.

You can use the search I mentioned earlier to look more into LED's if you scroll to the top of this page you will see the search tool in the large green area, type LED lights in the white space, just below the white space you choose between FRF or Google you don't want Google choose FRF (Forest River Forum) and you will get a listing of forum discussions on the topic.
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