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Post by CC on Thu Apr 19, 2012 10:01 am

Does anyone know what this green wire is for on our Nuevo control panel? Removed our panel today to find the green wire that goes from the small circuit board along the bottom is not connected to anything... The wire does not look as if it has been cut or broken lose as there is no bare wire showing, also the harness that connects to the back of the panel with several block connectors also has a separate green wire not connected to anything? Wondering if this is why I've been unable to get the in built leveler working possibly?

It's a long shot but thought I'd ask before contacting Auto-Sleepers scratch head

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Post by roli on Thu Apr 19, 2012 5:13 pm

Have a look in the blue connector block on the pcb and see if you can see any wire reside still in there.
Is it a sargent panel if so have a look at the pdf file on their web site for that panel and see if there is any info there

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Post by modelman on Thu Apr 19, 2012 6:24 pm

Just a long shot, but is anything operated via a remote-control? If so, it may be the reciever antenna.

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Post by boxerman on Thu Apr 19, 2012 7:53 pm

modelman wrote: Just a long shot, but is anything operated via a remote-control? If so, it may be the reciever antenna.

Beat me to it! Just what I thought
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Post by Dutto on Thu Apr 19, 2012 9:38 pm

Hi there,

More inclined to think that it has been cut off within a terminal (some of the screws act like cutters when tightened down) so as per previous suggestion also suggest looking for debris within any "spare" terminal that the wire could reach.

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Post by grasscutter on Thu Apr 19, 2012 10:00 pm

Nothing to do with the internal thermometer is it? G
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Post by CC on Fri Apr 20, 2012 2:14 am

Well done to those who thought it could be the antennae topmarks good2

Just heard back from Mark Burdett at the Auto-Sleeper Service Centre who has confirmed the light green cable is indeed the antennae which communicates with the remote fob to switch on the entry lights and awning light, didn't even give this a thought myself :0_blush: As for the other darker green wire he has suggested this may be a stray and thinks it might be the warning alarm for the waste water tank when full (this worked previously unless I dislodged it when pulling the panel out, as it is a tight fit) if I can tell him the tracer colour they will be able to identify it, so going out now to have another look.

Thanks all....

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