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it might not be compatible with the furnace and ac system you have. I would make sure that it is, also read the manual book some wires you can tie in together to plug into the same lead. JUST FYI AC and Furnaces are really fancy now and have a computer chips in them... so i would investigate.
Are you asking for the wiring diagram inside the main Battery?
If so, due to very possible injury, or death to you, there will be No solution.
Now, if you are talking about what is the polarity for the plug of the AC adapter, (Charger), that plugs into the DC Power Jack on the laptop, (DC _IN), then I'm on board.
The Center Hole in the plug end is the Positive ( + ) connection. This is where the Positive (Red) probe lead of the multimeter goes. The cylindrical outside metal shell is the Negative connection. The Negative (Black) probe lead of the multimeter touches here.
Voltage is 19 Volts DC.
Wiring diagram for the inside of the AC adapter itself? No gottom.
Fuse is located inside, just in the AC main connector pcb, very easy to see it, just take apart the amp by unscrewing the plate with a phillips screwdriver, don't pull so hard, as it has a wire connector to hook up amp with speakers, let me know if i can help more.
Yes I accidentally drop my Gold Star Model #R5050 out the window while installing it. I opened it up and the two(2) white wire are off and I don't know were they go. I try to connect the to the empty terminals and I got a spark out of the outlet. Can you please help me....
Unless the motors were replaced at one time, the only bolts holding the window to the regulator are at the slides. any hardware that fell apart should be inside the bottom of the door. Panel removal is pretty simple..only hidden fastener is on the edge...small reflector has one under there. Haynes makes a good reference for that car for about $20.