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Old 09-03-2012, 06:49 AM   #1
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fuse for jacks

i have a 05 limited 40ft alpine all lights went out on my touch pad on consol help
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Old 09-03-2012, 07:49 AM   #2
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HWH fuses are in a variety of places based on model year--including under the dash behind the panel in front of the passenger seat. You might also try checking the connections between the wire loom and the panel itself. Sometimes these connections come loose.
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I'm betting Scout has it correct, the connector to the touch pad has wiggled loose from the drawer being operated enough while there is friction on the cable. Remove the side panel (velcro in most cases) and re-attach.
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All the fuses for the 05 SB in the 625 control panel in the hydraulic pump compartment.
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thanks everyone but no luck took it in universal rv rochester mn they said the board is bad ordered new one. thanks again by the time they get done ill have a whole new hdy system last fri 8/31/12 they put a newpump motor valves solinoids in
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Gosh--hope they are telling your the "honest" story on all this??????
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ya me to but he did fine fuse for board & touch thanks i have the 610 hydr thanks old scott
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FWIW ... my '03 has small relays and fuses on the panel in front of the PS chair. The relays enable the HWH control panel based upon ignition key being in "Accessory" or "Run" position. Yours might be different but IIWMI'd check that panel before replacing the board.
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