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  1. Good afternoon all, I have a 1986 New Horizon and made the monumental mistake if starting what ended up being an almost full roof replacement. My first bit of advice is don't ever do this!! I had to cut all the wires since they are routed through the "trusses" in several different spots. This is where I am at now.... when I removed the old rotted roof I took pictures on my phone but didn't back them up and then lost the phone. The labels I made marking the wires faded from the sun. I am in the process of trying to reconnect all the green and blue wires for the lights and vent fan in the correct order for them to all work. The 2 side reading lights as well as the two lights under the right and left cabinets are working, but the hood light, overhead light above the fridge, light under the sink, bathroom light and the fan in the roof vent are not working. I need to finish this step so I can put insulation, new plywood and the new membrane sheet to replace the old metal roofing. Does anyone have any knowledge on the correct sequence to attach all the wires? The factory set up has many of the double run wire connectors but I have no idea anymore how they go together correctly. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!!!
  2. Cabin lights dim

    Hi to all out there. My 93 Dolphin interior lights are way dimmer than they usually are. Is this an indicator that I may need a new marine battery, or will driving the rig recharge? I primarily keep this in the driveway as my home office, and plug in with an extension cord. Thanks! Michael Solana BEach, CA
  3. Interior LED lights

    LED lights for Warrior interior. What are the best, and least expensive, lights for the interior of the cabin? Just purchased one to test from Lordco, and it gives off a slightly blue, not real bright light. I have always said LED's are not nearly as bright as incandescent bulbs, and so far this seems to be true. The bulb we bought is a #1156. Shouldn't there be some indication of the 'lumens, or something to indicate brightness and color designation? S and R on Toy-Rig
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