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Old 02-01-2009, 10:11 AM   #41
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Randy, I hope you get this sorted out. You've gotten so many suggestions, not all of them that helpful, it must be quite a job to figure it out. We've been trying to diagnose something not so easy to understand from afar which leads to all sorts of guesses. I hope my suggestions haven't misled you too much.

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Old 04-19-2009, 06:40 AM   #42
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Hi Randy -

Too bad we have left Pensacola. Maybe you and my husband could commiserate about your electrical problems over a beer. We found your thread while trying to sort out our DC problems. Some of our DC lighting was working not all of it. Hubby thought he had it fixed and now none of it works! Ack.

BTW, I think we've met. Is it your beautiful rig that is parked across from Cactus Flower Cafe? I came by a few weeks ago and toured it while you and your lovely wife were working on it. We now own a '66 Overlander and my poor husband is working away with wires, switches, and fuses while I sew curtains.

If you can, go up to Mystic Cove Springs today and meet up with the vintage folks who are having a rally. They will love you guys and they are such a wealth of information. Good luck.

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Old 04-20-2009, 07:53 PM   #43
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Hey Lisa,
Yes, that is us. Great job on finding a '66 Overlander. That is great. We have been out of town a lot the last few months and haven't had that much time to devote to the restoration project. We have gotten the front on the trailer pretty much finished but I have decided to take a break from the electrical for a little bit. One of the greatest resources for your DC light problem is this forum. Andy from Inland RV could probably explain some great ways and help you guys get the lighting issue fixed. Next time you guys are in town look us up. You are more than welcome to stop by and take a look at anytime.
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