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Old 10-22-2006, 03:04 PM   #1
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Question Control Panel Wiring

I have just installed a new Inteli-Power converter and the Controll panel in my 35' Excella is not lighting up and functioning like it should. There was a small guage gray wire coming out of the old converter which I don't know how to replace. I have read in some of the threads that you can replace this by installing a 12 volt transformer. Where does the other lead from the transformer go to, only one wire ran to the 12 volt fuse panel.
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