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Old 09-25-2014, 11:44 AM   #1
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yellow wires

The camper is a 1972 Safari with full bed. Above the refrigerator is a 12 V outlet with 2 screws in the cover plate. What are the 2 yellow wires for on the back of these screws? thanks.
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Old 09-25-2014, 11:55 AM   #2
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The older Skyline antenna used a 300 Ohm cable, two wires from the antenna in a flat paired cable is what you see.

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Just the other day here on the forum someone posted a video that nicely explains the AS wiring. They were using an unfinished unit to show the routing. Look for it and watch it. It will be worth your time. If I recall from what the video shows the yellow wire is power in the 12v system. Don't trust my memory though. Look for it and check.
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Just the other day here on the forum someone posted a video that nicely explains the AS wiring. They were using an unfinished unit to show the routing. Look for it and watch it. It will be worth your time. If I recall from what the video shows the yellow wire is power in the 12v system. Don't trust my memory though. Look for it and check.
In this case the yellow wires are from the TV antenna, as you can see them connected to the antenna socket.

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Old 09-25-2014, 02:12 PM   #5
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I haven't been up on the roof yet, but there is no visible antenna. Where do the wires go?
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Where the antenna used to be, usually right behind the first forward roof vent

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