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Old 02-26-2020, 02:37 PM   #1
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1980 17.5 ft HELP!

Does anyone know where to find wiring diagrams, etc.?
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Old 02-26-2020, 09:22 PM   #2
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Hi Liz,

Welcome to the club!

We only have 1 Sunline wiring diagram here on the forum and it is for a 2004 T2499. I requested it from Sunline as I use to own that model. They sent it to me before they went out of business.

But, don't let that stop you from asking for help on the wiring.

What part of the wiring do you need help with on your camper?

Pictures also go a long way to help explain what you are looking at. Many times a prior owner may have modified the original Sunline system as parts failed or they wanted to add something. By posting pics of what you have, we can see what it is and then provide better help.

There are several of us on the forum who know how the camper electrical works and can offer some help. We just need some more info to go on.

Hope this helps

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Well you have two different systems one works on battery the other when it's plugged in. Wiring diagrams for RV's in general are hard to come by. Maybe you could tell us just what's wrong and maybe we maybe able to help. Any thing with age to it makes it more likely to have been tinkered with.
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Any thing with age to it makes it more likely to have been tinkered with.
I'll never forget the time we got a contract to install 2-way radios on a fleet of forklifts at the manufacturing plant of a well-known agricultural machine manufacturer. They ranged in age from about 5 to 40 years old, and not a single one of them was wired anything like what the prints showed.

Fun times, especially since most of them used 48V batteries and our radios were 12V.
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Old 02-29-2020, 05:22 PM   #5
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Probably 6 8 volts!
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I'll never forget the time we got a contract to install 2-way radios on a fleet of forklifts at the manufacturing plant of a well-known agricultural machine manufacturer. They ranged in age from about 5 to 40 years old, and not a single one of them was wired anything like what the prints showed.

Fun times, especially since most of them used 48V batteries and our radios were 12V.
I have seen that so many times, it makes your head spin. Some installers / technicians take pride in their work and do it neatly. Others, not so much. Then there's the type who only have half a clue and double up on circuits, neglect to ground a circuit and their work is shoddy all the way through.

Like mainah suggested, you need to separate what works off battery and what works of 120VAC (plugin). Break things down into smaller components and see what is VAC and what's VDC. There are a lot of people that know various models and the details of each. EG: Fridges are typical two way and sometimes 3 way AC-DC or AC-DC-Propane. Tell us what you have and the gang here will help out
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