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RVChaser   
RVChaser

I recently removed my lower drawer to dry up water from a leak activating the float switch. After I put the drawer back in I now have no lighting for the handle LCD display. The unit chirps when you open the drawer and I have an light on the LCD on the touch pads(cycle pad). I even replaced the handle LCD from the top to make sure the Unit wasn't defective but had the same result. The bottom drawer worked fine before I removed it.

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J5*

make sure that the display cable is connected correctly and plugged into the control unit ,

if you still have no joy then you have a fault control module

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RVChaser   
RVChaser

I plugged and replugged the connector numerous times thinking the same thing. I'm puzzled why the controller would go bad by just removing the drawer. I suppose I can swap the module from the drawer above for a test?

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RVChaser   
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I assume the controller is a pricey item?

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