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Old 05-26-2006, 07:39 PM   #1
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New and need help. Please!

Can anyone tell me where this pink wire goes? The fuse was blown when I got it 2 weeks ago and will blow as soon as I install a new one. I have been reading for days and I think everyone agrees that these old univolts should be replace. I would love to replace her but I can't afford it right now. Please help a broke fella out.

OK, Not letting me add an attachment. I have a univolt V.
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Old 05-26-2006, 10:52 PM   #2
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hi- for a '72 21 footer, according to my service manual, the pink wire feeds power to the range exhaust fan, galley roof locker light, furnace, and step light. Hope this helps- look for shorts at those places. -tim
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Thanks for your help. It was a short in the step light. I took the cover off and wire was exposed. The last place I would have looked.

Tim, were is the best place to get a service manual?
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Janet, Tim
Thanks for your help. It was a short in the step light. I took the cover off and wire was exposed. The last place I would have looked.

Tim, were is the best place to get a service manual?
From Airstream scroll down to the bottom of the page. They are producing high quality reprints of the orginal Service and Owners' manuals. Well worth the money.

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