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Old 19 February 2013, 13:21   #1
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Wiring Problem!

Whoops, before I could take a picture so I knew some wires fell out! Its for my bilge pump! What goes where? Thanks guys
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Old 19 February 2013, 13:31   #2
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All depends on whats on the other end of the wires! Keep trying different ways until it does what you want would be my suggestion
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Haha that would be the logical way, but neither seem to work now :s
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If this is of any help, the wire in the above picture with the blue connector on, goes to a wire on the panel below, this goes into some tape then into one wire and through my hull.
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Andy I think you are dreaming if you think anyone can solve that from there. If pot luck / trial and error doesn't get you there then you probably need a systematic approach using a multimeter etc. To be honest though you'll need an ounce of an idea what you are trying to fix otherwise its just a sea of red wires...
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Andy I think you are dreaming if you think anyone can solve that from there. If pot luck / trial and error doesn't get you there then you probably need a systematic approach using a multimeter etc. To be honest though you'll need an ounce of an idea what you are trying to fix otherwise its just a sea of red wires...
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Thanks! I actually work in Electrical wholesale! Solved the problem anyway hahahaha!!!
I wasn't putting a wire off the fuse! Oopsie

Thanks for everyones help! Heres the completed item!
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Thanks! I actually work in Electrical wholesale! Solved the problem anyway hahahaha!!!
I wasn't putting a wire off the fuse! Oopsie

Thanks for everyones help! Heres the completed item!
Well done! Without a hands-on there was no chance of us helping too much.
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