Will post pictures next week. Remove them and slide the converter out. By the way, if any one is interested in a good automatic isolator, with no voltage drop and circuitry for a delayed engament and manual over-ride, google newmar battery isolator. That is hooked to the smallest straight lug of the plug socket you will find in your house. Will post pictures next week. I havent purchased a sportsman yet but plan to in the next week or so and have a few questions regarding the hitch wiring.
Seriously recommend you get a trained electrician to troubleshoot it if you have never worked with electricity before. Matt, when you received your trailer, did you find that the 12 volt battery charging wire was present and active in the trailer's 7-way cable? I'm running a plug that has both the 7 way and the 4 way, mainly because I often tow a 16 foot boat with the 4 way plug. Matt, when you received your trailer, did you find that the 12 volt battery charging wire was present and active in the trailer's 7-way cable? You may also need to ensure that all of the terminal nuts are tight. A shorted hot wire will result in 'smoke' and electrical sparks - thus the problem is: you have an open circuit. Jan 01, 2017 suggest this: hire a technician to fix it for you. If one moves, push it into the hole and tighten the screw without touching other metal while doing that. Apr 17, 2014 The slides and power awning use inline circuit breakers due to the higher amp draw.
If you have a 3 holed wall socket, the green wire goes to the ground, which is the lower round lug on the plug. I would have the mechaninc install it anyways, and it's easy to hook up the 12V wire on the pigtail to the 12V lines in the trailer at the junction box at the A frame of the trailer. Some of these circuit breakers are automatic reset, others have a small black button on the side that will need to be pushed back in. The white wire is ground, which goes to the larger straight lug of the plug socket in your home. One uhaul says they have to replace my current set up and use a pigtail for the current set up I have and another Uhaul tells me they will just bypass my current set up and I will have two set ups. Did any of you get a better price for wiring your vehicle? I bought mine through a marine dealer, can't remember who.
Remove the cover of the breaker box and the converter should be in the lower portion. Its crazy, just wondering what you all did for your wiring especially if you had to change out what you had previously. Currently on my truck I have a flat receptable thats 4 prong I believe for my boat and small cargo trailer. Matt Thanks, Matt and Chuck for checking out your equipment on my behalf. You should have 3 wires, each with a different colored insulation.
Follow the positive battery cable back until you fond a series of rectangle boxes small with a wire connected to each end. I would have the mechaninc install it anyways, and it's easy to hook up the 12V wire on the pigtail to the 12V lines in the trailer at the junction box at the A frame of the trailer. John John I didn't see a reply to your question so I checked my trailer for a charge feed and my seven pin connector does have one. If you find a loose wire, and tighten it - that likely will fix your problem. .
Sometimes in the storage compartment, on the inside of the tongue, behind the front cross member. . When disconnected I get 13. Once disconnected there should be one or two small screws holding the converter in place. These circuit breakers are typically located near the front of the unit. You will have a small gauge black, white and green wire that will be routed into the breaker 110vac side and two heavy gauge wires; red and white, that will be routed into the fuse panel 12vdc side.
The receptable on the sportsman that I saw was round and included electric brakes, so I will have to change out my current set up. It requires some technical knowledge of thermostat wiring, as well as using a voltmeter. . . .
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