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Old 07-16-2016, 03:58 PM   #1
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Awning LED lights on second awning

Last night I extended our 2 awnings and turned on the LED lights. ONLY the LED's on the main awning came on , not the ones on the slide??

I checked the 2 wires coming out of the wall to the awning fabric , no bare wires... I checked the other end, unplugged the strip at the awning roll...
The only thing I was unable to check here is if I am getting power to the LED's?
Is there a fuse in the wall of the slide?
Does anyone know the routing of the wires?

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You might want to check my post #855 (what did you do to your RW today) hope it helps.
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http://www.redwoodowners.com/forums/...html#post67907

Here is the link for that help.

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You might want to check my post #855 (what did you do to your RW today) hope it helps.
Thanks Trip,

I found my meter and confirmed there is no power going to the LED strip... So it is somewhere from the outside wall in...

I DO NOT have a junction inside my bathroom closet, so when I get home I will start the research ... I really don't like puzzles though.
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Old 07-18-2016, 01:25 PM   #5
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our led's stopped working the 3rd or 4th time we tried to use them...

never really liked that the awning had to be deployed to use them anyway, so went with this $25 light kit from amazon secured under the awning...

and now have a set under the slide lip on the coach:
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JB...are those LEDs the type that stick on the side of the coach, or do they ride in the awning tube? Once upon a time, I purchased the coolest (IMHO) set of LEDs at the Hershey Show. The actual light tube slid into the awning track. Somehow/someway I lost the 12V to 120V converter and they've been useless ever since.
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stick on type....

but these can be either connected to 12v or 110v... maybe yours can too...
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