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Old 07-04-2022, 08:18 AM   #1
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Electrical junction

So we had water damage r/t a broke seal and had to replace the front of the trailer facing the hitch. Now we have connected all the electric back in the front junction box and only the brake lights come on. We have a Jaco Jayflight 28H. What could be the problem?
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Not sure if yours is the same but the 7 pin black rubber covered cable on mine goes to a junction box at the front of the RV. At that point the wires go out of the box to the brakes, running lights, Stop/turn/brake lights and12 volt charging system. I would look there first to see it the wiring was done correctly.

I can post a picture of mine if you need it on my 195RB.

Just follow that rubber electric cable along the frame till it hits the trailer body and you should find the junction box.
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Old 07-04-2022, 10:39 PM   #3
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Thank you! It ended up being a fuse inside the truck.
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