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Old 06-29-2015, 01:19 AM   #1
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110 volt outlets.

I have a 1994 t-2653. Are all the 110 volt outlets daisy chained together?
I was fixing one of my awning upper brackets and I ran one of the mounting screws threw a wire in the wall.

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Check your breaker panel box. Should be labelled for each circuit of outlets. Some are appliance, some are general purpose. Should be one for microwave also.
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Generally they are because they are behind one GFI. Most likely there are two circuits a 15 amp for the outlets and a 20 amp for the AC. Usually even if there is no AC the wiring is in place. I'm not sure about yours it's a good size and may have more 15 amp circuits if there are more than one GFI it has more circuits the way to tell what is what is to trip the GFI and see what goes off.
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Thanks guys. There are 5 outlets wired off the bathroom gfi. I would of thought it would be broken up a little more. Now I just have to figure out how to fix or bypass the short.
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If you can find the two outlets on either side of the short, disconnect one and pull a new line through to the other.
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What I found on mine during renovations was they like staples. I guess it keeps the wires out of their way when finishing the exterior. You pretty much know where the problem is so that does make it a bit easier what you are going to find is some pretty tight wiring so making a splice is not going to be fun. Every thing is down stream of the GFI so that may give you an ideal of how it's run hopefully it's is inside of a compartment where it could be joined inside a couple of boxes to add length.
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converter location

i have a solaris t-2053. i need to knownhow and where to check the converter. we ad to buy a new battery and leave it on a trickle charger to work the whole weekend?
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You'll need a volt meter and an ideal of how to use it. The charger/converter only operates when the camper is plugged in it is what keeps the battery charged when it is not connected to the TV. So you need to connect a volt meter to the battery terminals when the camper is plugged in the voltage should be around 13-14 volts DC.
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