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Old 10-14-2015, 05:00 PM   #1
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Loose wires

I own a 2000 kiwi 17a. While repairing some water damage, I moved the low voltage "junction box". A couple of the smaller white wires came loose. I can't tell which wire goes where, or if it really matters. I wondered if someone with a similar set-up could send a photo so I could compare. Thanks for any help.
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Jayco electrical - Album on Imgur

Here is an imgur album with some pictures of the problem. Thanks.
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Old 10-16-2015, 08:20 AM   #4
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White wires are ground wires.. they can go into any terminal on that block.
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White wires are ground wires.. they can go into any terminal on that block.
x2. That's a common bus block so they can go back in any hole in that block. Make sure all of the set screws are tight while you are there.
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Just a note: white wires are definitely supposed to be ground wires. However, considering how Jayco does wiring and the possible effects of what a previous owner may have done, it might be a good idea to verify what the wire is before connecting it.
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Thanks for the help!! Problem solved. Now, back to the water damage . . .
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