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Old 07-05-2014, 12:08 AM   #15
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Next time I go out, probably tomorrow, I'm going to connect the capped wires that are in the rear overhead cabinet and then go back and see if I have power at the fan wires.
Also, I have already tried to feel for the wires but the carpet makes it too difficult and I'm very reluctant to pull any carpeting away. Just fearful that I couldn't get it back looking right...maybe it's easy with the adhesive you mention.

Got a couple major things to do on the casita before I feel comfortable taking it on a trip but I do imagine how much fun it's going to be.
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