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Old 11-15-2016, 04:52 AM   #1
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Help with Fuse panel on 97 London Aire

Hi All,
On our 97 London Aire there is an access panel on the dash that opens to a big fuse panel with out the slightest hint as to what each fuse if for. Does anyone have a page in their 97 model owners manual that would give me a hand figuring this out? I metered out each fuse and found one that was blown. I replaced it but no clue what it was for.
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Old 11-17-2016, 04:08 PM   #2
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Does the panel you've found look like this one?
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Hi Skip, thanks for the reply. I will take a pic this weekend and post it. I think the one I have has many more fuses.
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There is more to the circuit/fuse/relay, board than shows in the picture , I'll try to get a shot of the whole board and the fuse/ circuit decal, just in case.

I do know that newer Newmars than my 99 use a similar board.
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I stopped at the coach this afternoon on the way home from work and usually I lift the access panel and slide it down the dash; this time I thought to flip it over and there was a fuse legend - I am an idiot.
Anyway I took pics of the board and the legend. Maybe 007 can use them in his references?





Here is the legend


This is NOT the one in the Owners Guide.
The Owners guide shows the low voltage fuse panel in the bedroom ( I will get a better pic and replace this one)

007 PM me if you want the full size pics for your references.
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Thanks Rick I will post in QT's # 3 may work for other coach's in that time period.
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Rick the two panels are the same in my 99, your front has more fuses in use.

FYI; The panel in my bedroom has a weird name for the basement /compartment , lighting fuse, that I can't think of at the moment,
I'll re-post when I can get to the panel.

BTW; I'm currently at 10 different locations for fuses in my coach, ( 4 Chassis and 6 coach ) and not sure if I've found them all.
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Rick the two panels are the same in my 99, your front has more fuses in use.

FYI; The panel in my bedroom has a weird name for the basement /compartment , lighting fuse, that I can't think of at the moment,
I'll re-post when I can get to the panel.

BTW; I'm currently at 10 different locations for fuses in my coach, ( 4 Chassis and 6 coach ) and not sure if I've found them all.

When I started working on the coach I started by lubing everything that opened and as I lubed all the basement door mechanisms (used an entire can of spray lube just on them) I stated seeing fuses in the compartments that are unmarked so I am not sure I will ever know what they're for.
I think that the wire color codes (in the owners guide) may be a hint.
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The labels on most of my , in-line fuses and circuit breakers, in the power bay are still there ; a little hard to read at the moment ; guess I'd better re-do the labels before they fall off.

The bedroom fuse panel , the fuse for the basement storage lights is labeled " wrap lights " ???
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The labels on most of my , in-line fuses and circuit breakers, in the power bay are still there ; a little hard to read at the moment ; guess I'd better re-do the labels before they fall off.

The bedroom fuse panel , the fuse for the basement storage lights is labeled " wrap lights " ???
I saw the "Wrap Lights" fuse - I was thinking it was for the orange and red lights on the top front and rear. Guess not.
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Here is a more up to date list and wording of fuses that might be handy.
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Thanks 007.
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