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Kylersk

Here's a little tip..

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Before you head out with your wheeled house, to put it on the lake, check your trailer lights!

Over Thanksgiving weekend I cleaned the house up, fired up the furnace and checked it over a bit, except my trailer lights.

Well, today I had it all hooked up ready to go and decided before moving, I better check them. Well, of course they didnt work. I thought for sure it was a bad connection, ice build up in the connector or somethign. Cleaned it all out but still no go. Then I thought maybe the blades (7 blade connector) were not making good connection. After about an hour or more of messing around (even wiring in a 4 pin straight connector) I noticed a spot on my harness that was cut.

Finally, everything's working.. but since it's dark out I'll wait another day before bringing it out to the lake.

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That seems to happen with the boat all the time. I have everything together and then check the lights when I am getting ready to pull out and something isn't working. A half-hour impromptu electrical project later and we are on the road. It never fails.

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