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Old 08-21-2018, 03:20 PM   #1
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Pollack plug on 1969 sovereign

Hi guys,

Does anyone have a Pollack 7 pin schematic for a 69 Sovereign.
The Pollack male plugs in right behind the propane tanks and then goes to my truck receptacle. My truck receptacle is modern wiring, the trailer is original, so I know I'm going to have to reconfigure the Pollack male plug.

By the way, I'm replacing the original Pollack plug with a Phillips which is identicle to the original Pollack plug, because that is what our local Napa sells.

Thank you,
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Old 08-21-2018, 07:57 PM   #2
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1976 31' Sovereign
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1969 plug

When I changed out both the cable and plug on our 1969 Sovereign I found It time consuming. Frount of one plug back of another etc. If no one has an easy method you may do what I had too. Use a multimeter on the back side of the male plug installed in yourAS to locate the neutral or ground. Then I used my battery charger to power each pin finding lights.charging line brakes. Then match the TV sources to each.It took me more time then it should.
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1976 31 foot Sovereign
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