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Old 07-31-2016, 02:36 PM   #1
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e brake switch

unhooking the camper today and caught the e brake cable between the tounge jack and the board that it sets on. the switch was pulled out from the black box I put the switch back will this cause any conerns?
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You will know very quickly, if the switch is still on, and the brakes are activated. They will drain the battery in a VERY short time, and you won't have any 12v lights (unless you are plugged into 120v). Had a fellow camper deliberately pull his pin, on a rental pop-up, because that's what he said that he was told to do to set the parking brakes during the 15 minute orientation that the rental company gave him....
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