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Old 09-09-2015, 08:37 PM   #31
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I think so but I'm confused as to how it could have changed from working OK to running reversed.
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Yes, this is the thing that I can't understand either!!

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Old 09-09-2015, 09:48 PM   #32
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Looks like, when I pick up my trailer, I'll have to test and mark all of the wiring. (So, later, when I forget about this thread, I can still debug problems.)
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Old 09-09-2015, 10:07 PM   #33
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Looks like, when I pick up my trailer, I'll have to test and mark all of the wiring. (So, later, when I forget about this thread, I can still debug problems.)
That's why a schematic would be so nice to have. Scamp provides one, I wish ETI did also.

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Old 09-09-2015, 11:14 PM   #34
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That's why a schematic would be so nice to have. Scamp provides one, I wish ETI did also.
Perhaps if Escape wiring were as trivial as that in a Scamp, ETI would.

The Scamp diagram that I have often seen posted is a rough schematic; I don't think it would help troubleshoot very many problems. It also shows a total of one porch light and two interior lights. Really - that's all the lighting?
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Old 09-09-2015, 11:27 PM   #35
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[QUOTE=Brian B-P;109951]Perhaps if Escape wiring were as trivial as that in a Scamp, ETI would.

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Seems like that's more of a reason to have a schemtic available for those trouble shooting in the field. Although there's nothing on my Escape that my Scamp didn't have.

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Old 09-10-2015, 12:01 AM   #36
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Seems like that's more of a reason to have a schemtic available for those trouble shooting in the field. Although there's nothing on my Escape that my Scamp didn't have.
I might not be looking at the diagram that Scamp provides, but the one I've seen - http://scamp.n0kfb.org/Manual/electrical.jpg - shows no power roof vent, no 12V power sockets, only two 12V interior lights, and not even a brake breakaway switch. It doesn't include a hood fan. It provides no information about how the AC panel is wired, and suggests that there are no switches for the water pump, furnace, or water heater... a water heater doesn't even appear on the schematic. Fortunately, it does explain the location of the often-problematic hidden mystery fuse!

If you want something equivalent for an Escape, just use the Scamp diagram - except that the yellow auxiliary wire doesn't go to the tail lamps and those two master fuses are not the same. It won't help with all the stuff not on the diagram, but it will be as useful to an Escape owner as the Scamp original is to a Scamp owner.

Of course, there might be a much better diagram supplied by Eveland's that I haven't seen.
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Well maybe I just like schematics more than the average person. But I do believe that there should be one for Escape trailers and service personnel.

There are a lot of hidden junctions, as this thread indicates, and with a schematic trouble shooting would have been easier.

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Hi: gbaglo... I only know that electricity travels by wire and schematics are its road map. Problem with maps is the shortest route may not always be the best!!! Alf
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