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Old 05-25-2016, 11:54 PM   #1
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Blue LED lights burned out

Hey there! I have a quick question that I couldn't find the answer to on the search feature of this site. I have two 30 amp power inlets on my trailer - you know, the things that you plug your power cord into on the outside of the AS. I have one on the back of my unit and one on the front. Both used to have a blue LED light that would illuminate when the power cord was plugged in. Last year my front light stopped working - this year my rear one stopped. Both power inlets still power the unit and charge everything. It is just the blue lights that have quit on me. Any suggestions on how to repair these? Is this a common failure? Thanks everybody! Looking forward to hearing your thoughts.
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Hey there! I have a quick question that I couldn't find the answer to on the search feature of this site. I have two 30 amp power inlets on my trailer - you know, the things that you plug your power cord into on the outside of the AS. I have one on the back of my unit and one on the front. Both used to have a blue LED light that would illuminate when the power cord was plugged in. Last year my front light stopped working - this year my rear one stopped. Both power inlets still power the unit and charge everything. It is just the blue lights that have quit on me. Any suggestions on how to repair these? Is this a common failure? Thanks everybody! Looking forward to hearing your thoughts.
It is a very common failure, and I wouldn't bother trying to repair the issue. The only thing it really shows is if the power is on, and there are more reliable ways to check that.
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