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Old 10-10-2020, 12:21 PM   #1
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Electrical problem

Have 2014 Jay Flight 22FB travel trailer. When I first switched on awning lights some blinked. Did again and same thing. That was it. When went to turn on lights, ones in bedroom and one over sink have blown blind and scorched sockets along with blown fuse. Any idea what is needed?

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Sounds like there may be a short in the circuit for those lights. If you are handy with multimeter pull fuse and check with meter, remove bulbs and check again at fuse location. The wiring in these are not over complicated but confusing.
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I do wiring and multimeter work. How do I disconnect string of awning lights?
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I do wiring and multimeter work. How do I disconnect string of awning lights?
there should be a plug at the trailer side or the roller side of the awning.
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Would have to check.
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Would have to check.
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remove the cap off the end of the roller. That's where the motor is also. The wires are sewn into the awning fabric on some models.
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