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Old 11-24-2014, 01:49 PM   #1
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'05 Southwind Aux Batt level digital readout

I own an '05 Southwind 32v. My aux battery digital display on the wall mounted control panel right to the lav door has suddenly gone out. The rest of the panel's readouts (main batt, black tank, fresh h2o, etc.) are operational. Fuse checks OK in MB fuse box. Has anyone else experienced this failure - and or have a trouble shooting suggestion? Thanks all, and have a Happy Thanksgiving!

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FW customer service may be able to assist.
800-322-8216.
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1 your aux and main voltage comes from the BCC(battery control center)
2 Inside you have fuses
3 there are resettable circuit breakers on the bottom left ,the breakers are small , the reset is a small round bump on the end
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Thanks Cliff.. & 3wheel.. The issue was remedied by my service center who cleaned the rear of the face panel circuit board. Alls AOK. Good to know about the BCC circuit breakers for future problems!
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