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Water pump/hot water switch 1994 Bounder
« on: September 19, 2017, 01:12:24 PM »
So long story short I need help figuring out what wires go where. I have a fleetwood bounder 1994. I had someone help me trouble shoot some issues I had with my hot water switch not working. It is mounted in the kitchen and both the hot water tank and water pump were hooked up. This person disconnected all eight wires so I can get a new switch and they didn't label anything and so now I have eight different wires and not a clue how to put them back.  Can I assume the different color red wires on the pump switch in the bathroom are the same as the ones in the kitchen? If so I can put the water pump back but then that would leave the hot water  part of it.
I have a grey wire, black with white stripe,2 white with red stripe, 2 reds, red with yellow stripe, red with green stripe... help!!! Which ones are for the switches and which ones are for the lights?


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Re: Water pump/hot water switch 1994 Bounder
« Reply #1 on: September 19, 2017, 06:00:02 PM »
At this stage, your best hope is to take a volt meter and determine which wires have 12 volts. You are powering 2 devices so I imagine you should have 2 wires hot at all times, probably red.

Once those are identified, pull the fuses, one at a time, for water pump and water heater to verify which is which. These are your voltage line wires.

To determine the load wires, look at the water pump and water heater and hopefully you will see the matching colored wires at the devices.

The indicator lights should be powered by the same wire that powers the device.

Are your tank level indicators on the panel too?

Good luck. Note to self - take pictures before disassembly.
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Re: Water pump/hot water switch 1994 Bounder
« Reply #2 on: September 19, 2017, 06:14:26 PM »
No the tank levels are not.


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