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Old 03-17-2019, 01:46 AM   #1
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Just and FYI.......what the back of the Control Panel Looks like

Just and FYI.......what the back of the Control Panel Looks like.


A rats nest
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Old 03-17-2019, 05:28 AM   #2
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Just and FYI.......what the back of the Control Panel Looks like.


A rats nest
Oh my what a nightmare
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Oh my what a nightmare
And there are several fuses back there. Who would think to look? I thought all the fuses would be in the converter. Ughhh

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And there are several fuses back there. Who would think to look? I thought all the fuses would be in the converter. Ughhh

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It never ceases to amaze me where these clowns hide fuses. I was plowing around behind my converter the other day and found two fuse holders. I realize that there are a limited number of fuses/circuits that can be put in the converter board, but come on! One leads off towards the fridge, haven't figured out where the other goes yet. The color tracer isn't on my wiring diagram for that area.

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It never ceases to amaze me where these clowns hide fuses. I was plowing around behind my converter the other day and found two fuse holders. I realize that there are a limited number of fuses/circuits that can be put in the converter board, but come on! One leads off towards the fridge, haven't figured out where the other goes yet. The color tracer isn't on my wiring diagram for that area.

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Boy that amazes me. For me there is no way that I can see other than remove the panel,, hope I never have to dig that far into it. What prompted you to find this
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Just for fun here is the back of the DVD Player/Radio. Just to keep it interesting there was a bare wire back there.
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I guess I need to search for a hidden fuse for my radio, I was replacing it when I lost power, no blown ones on the panel.
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I guess I need to search for a hidden fuse for my radio, I was replacing it when I lost power, no blown ones on the panel.
Don't forget to check the microwave and the shower.....haha. Could be anywhere!

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Old 03-24-2019, 06:28 PM   #9
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Yes and the cable is split so many times that my main cabin 40" set won't tune well. The small set in the bedroom always gets more stations because it is the first splitter off the antenna. BTW, I had a cable pinched under a roof truss. That was hard to locate because it was above the ceiling and I only found it when I pulled the antenna control out of the ceiling. I have spent hours fixing the piss poor workmanship in this $70K piece of junk.
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