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Old 01-01-2013, 03:46 PM   #1
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Circuit breaker Panel

I have a 2004 Sea Breeze 1341 and have a question regarding this message on the Circuit breaker Panel door.


Electrical connections and Fuses are located behind rear panel or access door.


What rear panel or access door are they referring to???


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Old 01-01-2013, 08:15 PM   #2
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Actually,if it's like my '01 Tradewinds LTC,the panel is mounted slightly off the wall and the circuit breaker is behind the panel. It's a small, 2X2" box with a small thingy in the middle that you push in to reset. Or some of them have a little lever that you push up or down.
I know that the description in the book is VERY misleading and it took me a LONGGggggg time to figger it out.
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BIGDOG; there are circuit breakers in this panel, but it also says....Electrical connections and Fuses are located behind rear panel or access door.... so need to find to locate what they are talking about.
thanks for the info.
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Old 01-01-2013, 09:00 PM   #4
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Where o where is the Control Panal?

I have a 1997 36' Dolphin Motor Home and our control panal is located in the Bed room area on the Passager side of the Motor Home. I don't know if your lay out is like mine but there is a shelf for a T.V. on top and just under it is a cabinet and under the cabinet is a small door panel and if you open it up you will see your switches.
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Rich, while you have 12V "push-button" C/B at a central location, you still have electrical connections just forward of the entry door. I believe the message refers to connections accessed in the outside bay.

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Hey Rich, I checked out my coach and it has the same sticker on that panel door....I looked in the owners manual for more info and it only mentions two areas for circuit breakers/fuses, etc....this one in the bedroom and one in front compartment to the right of the entry door..from what I gather, basically, the bedroom area is for 120 volt distribution and the front is for 12 volt distribution....if I had to guess, there isn't another panel or door...seems the likely answer would be, that sticker should have been placed on the outside of the cabinet door....to show you the location.....I could be wrong but from what I see, a plausible answer.....hope that helps!!
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On my 06 1341 the circuit panel is in the bedroom on the driver side, in the front bottom cabinet.
The nice thing is that they are DC circuit breakers not fuses.
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TNTraveller; that is where -LB- and I have found our DC circuit breakers too, but on the door ahead of the circut breakers is a sticker that says " Electrical connections and fuses are located behind rear panel or access door." We can only assume they are referring to the outside access door just ahead of the entry door. If any 1341 owners have a better idea what this sticker is referring to please let us know. Thank you

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For those of you aren't familiar with what we are talking about, I've attached pictures...behind the bedroom cabinet door is the following...the first picture is towards the bottom and the sticker we are referring to is on the circuit breaker box as seen here...the second picture is above the circuit breaker box...we are trying to figure out what door or access panel the sticker is referring to....
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I still think that they're referring to the main electrical panel in your storage bay where the fuses are. Most of the time,they are separated from the circuit breakers.
But then I could be wrong.
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pappaono - sorry I misunderstood your question. My guess is that they are referring to the connections in the box itself behind the panel the circuit breakers are mounted on. This is like removing the inner cover of the circuit breaker box in your house when you add a circuit.
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Thank you for all the replies and helpful information. When it warms up I'm going to tackle this problem so more and find the fuses the sticker is referring to. I will update when I have located them and hopefully save others for having to search.

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