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Old 03-17-2011, 12:38 PM   #11
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Yes, glad I have the knowledge to do it. While I am swapping them I will solder all loose ends. I hate how they (Jayco and most other RV Manufactures) just strip the end of each wire and then jam it in and twist the screw up against the wire. The strands go everywhere. I have seen 50 percent plus strands that come out the sides and are making no contact.

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