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Old 11-19-2018, 05:16 PM   #1
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Fuse Block on back wall of battery compartment

2005 Alpine Coach 36 FDDS
On the back wall of the battery compartment is a fuse block. See attached photo.
I have also included a photo showing the identification of these fuses,
However, that does not tell me what they actually control.
Like, do they have anything to do with the alternator charging?
If one is blown, how will I know to check at this fuse block?
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Ign-alt/Air tank. Could have something to do with the alternator.
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