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Old 08-26-2008, 05:42 PM   #1
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Loose wire

Help! Was trying to clean all the PEI red dirt off our Safari yesterday and while cleaning the inside compartment of the lower fridge I noticed a blue wire hanging. Anyone know where it goes?
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I'll see your loose wire and raise you 4. See photos at http://www.airforums.com/forums/f425...aes-44474.html.
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Rick, that same wire on my unit is lashed down with those others just where yours is hanging -- not plugged into anything at all.
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Rick, that same wire on my unit is lashed down with those others just where yours is hanging -- not plugged into anything at all.
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Thanks for the post. I was shocked no one got back sooner. How great is it when a fellow forum member checks something out for another and even takes a photo!
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