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In the vein of no two Barth’s were identical I have an air powered front step. My Barth Book has a schematic for a Quickee Electrical step and nothing on what I have. I found that Newell offered air steps but no schematics can be found. One of two mercury switches failed and I did find a replacement, but no diagrams. Anyone have anything? I have determined the solenoids work but the switches and door safety do not. Looking for a schematic or wiring color diagram.


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There are several threads related to air steps on WOG.
You can do a search in the search bar .

http://www.wanderlodgeownersgroup.com/forums/

https://www.wanderlodgeownersg...owthread.php?t=16645

Hope this helps Smiler


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