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Old 06-29-2015, 11:44 AM   #1
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Owner's manual for 2008 HT39FE

How can I get an owner's manual for my 200839FE trailer. I have problems with flickering 12 volt lights. Also, the leads from the battery came off the trailer and I am not sure which one goes where.
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Old 06-29-2015, 11:51 AM   #2
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Owners manuals are pretty generic. Have you looked in the documents section at the top of the page?
The flickering might be caused by a poor ground.

Black is positive (+), white is negative (-).
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Flickering lights.

Many thanks for your reply. I have one further question about the battery. Which line is ground? Is it the positive or negative?

Many thanks, Tom
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Negative is ground.
If you follow the wires back, you should be able to trace it to the ground on the frame. Chances are that might be where the problem is for the flicker lights. Take it loose there and clean everything up good and shiny, smear some Dielectric grease on before reattaching.
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Negative is ground.
If you follow the wires back, you should be able to trace it to the ground on the frame. Chances are that might be where the problem is for the flicker lights. Take it loose there and clean everything up good and shiny, smear some Dielectric grease on before reattaching.
Negative is ground as always. You have to think about your house wiring when looking at your TT. Black is "hot", white is neutral or "ground".
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