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  • Cable doesn't work in camper - how to hookup cable TV at ...

    2018-10-19u2002·u2002Short Cable line (1 foot or less would be best) Steps. Connect the long cable to the outside jack and then bring the other end into the camper. Connect the short cable to the cable/antenna jack your TV was connected to. Set your Ohm meter to read ohms or continuity and touch the probes to the wire in the center of each cable.

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  • Trailer Wiring Harnesses Troubleshooting Video

    2008-9-3u2002·u2002It could be one, your ground is just no good, and you will not get anything because the ground has to be working on the trailer, too. In that case, to double-check the ground, what you want to do is take your alligator clip and ground it somewhere else on the frame, and then go ahead and check your four-pole again.

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  • RV Outlets Not Working: Troubleshooting Tips

    The only outlet working is the one to the microwave. I replaced the GFCI and double 15 amp breaker. This didn't fix the issue. I tested all the outlets with a tester and got nothing except 'open ground' reading on 1 outlet. All the lights are working just not getting 110 to the GFCI or outlets. Stumped here please help. Carol. Reply

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  • Understanding Trailer Weight Safety Issues

    The maximum trailer weight a specific axle is designed to carry is the GROSS AXLE WEIGHT RATING (GAWR). Again, the rating represents the empty vehicle's axle weight plus the maximum added load. On trailers with more than one axle, the weight is divided between each axle and each has its own GAWR.

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  • 6 Travel Trailer Brands to Avoid (Don't Buy One of These)

    Learn which travel trailer brands you should avoid and why. Following months of planning and saving, your travel itinerary is final, ready entertainment and your kids are even on board to call a recreational vehicle home for a few weeks. Everyone's spirit is high, and you cannot wait to explore the world. So, imagine your disappointment when your travel trailer fails to work as expected a ...

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  • Brake Light and Turn Signal Not Working

    Engage the right side blinker and disconnect the cable between the trailer and the truck. Take your test light and find a good ground and use the probe to alternately touch each of pins inside the connector. The test light should alternately go on and off – if not your problem is in the connector. If you see the light blinking at one of the ...

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  • Chapter 4: Cabling - FCIT

    Thick coaxial cable is also referred to as thicknet. 10Base5 refers to the specifications for thick coaxial cable carrying Ethernet signals. The 5 refers to the maximum segment length being 500 meters. Thick coaxial cable has an extra protective plastic cover that helps keep moisture away from the center conductor.

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  • How to Wire a Travel Trailer for Electric

    Travel trailers customarily have three sets of wiring installed. There are the 12-volt circuits which run the mechanical and exterior lighting functions of the trailer, controlled by the trailer hitch harness and the tow vehicle. There are the interior 12-volt circuits for lighting and outlets which are powered by a ...

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  • Surge Brake Troubleshooting

    The harder the trailer tries to push the truck, the more pressure the surge actuator builds up. The more pressure created, the harder the trailer brakes work. Even though the brakes on the trailer are not connected directly to the brake pedal in your truck, what you do with your foot in the truck is indirectly telling the trailer brakes what to do.

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  • Forest River R-Pod Travel Trailer Reviews and Problems

    Forest River R-Pod is one of those few lightweight travel trailers that offer some eye-popping standard features, and probably this main reason why R-Pod is so popular. Its chassis is a powder-coated steel frame that gives the trailer more strength and rigidity, while the stopping power comes from its auto-adjusting electric brakes.

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