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Old 07-14-2018, 10:47 AM   #1
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Question 12V coach fuse panel 2015 35k Bounder

Anyone know the location of 12v fuse panel on a 2015 35k Bounder? I have looked under hood, all seems to be Ford. Thanks for the help.
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Your RV might have 12v fuse panels, plus additional fuses to protect other items. You should do a complete search of the RV, from top to bottom to find and identify every component of the RV. Note any item you encounter, writing down make and model number of each. Then on a rainy day you can do a Google search for manuals for each item you listed.

The panel you found under the hood is most likely the chassis fuse and relay panel for driving functions. In addition a second fuse panel might be under the dash. Look for a section of the dash that might come off revealing access. Also check down in the footwell near the steering column. A third fuse panel for house 12v circuits is often near the converter/charger. Look in cabinets or closets for it.

In my RV and my home I've turned on everything, then pulled a fuse and listed what that fuse controls. This has come in handy when something doesn't work later.
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Our Bounder has a fuse box in the bedroom, on the wall above the "dresser" countertop. There is an outlet next to the black fuse box.
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Your RV might have 12v fuse panels, plus additional fuses to protect other items. You should do a complete search of the RV, from top to bottom to find and identify every component of the RV. Note any item you encounter, writing down make and model number of each. Then on a rainy day you can do a Google search for manuals for each item you listed.

The panel you found under the hood is most likely the chassis fuse and relay panel for driving functions. In addition a second fuse panel might be under the dash. Look for a section of the dash that might come off revealing access. Also check down in the footwell near the steering column. A third fuse panel for house 12v circuits is often near the converter/charger. Look in cabinets or closets for it.

In my RV and my home I've turned on everything, then pulled a fuse and listed what that fuse controls. This has come in handy when something doesn't work later.
I have searched, I think, everywhere and only found the 3x5 plastic panel in bedroom. It covers general outlets but does not cover power step, propane detectors, slide out...as shown on page 08-1 of owners manual. I’m still looking for the “big” one
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Our Bounder has a fuse box in the bedroom, on the wall above the "dresser" countertop. There is an outlet next to the black fuse box.
Found that one but it doesn’t control major components, just general areas. If it does I cannot tell
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Did you look in the Power Platform? Some relays and re-settable breakers in there. Also the the propane detector fuses and smoke detector fuses are inside the inverter box. Take the front cover off and there is a schematic on the panel. A magnifying glass is handy.

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I have searched, I think, everywhere and only found the 3x5 plastic panel in bedroom. It covers general outlets but does not cover power step, propane detectors, slide out...as shown on page 08-1 of owners manual. I’m still looking for the “big” one
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Found that one but it doesn’t control major components, just general areas. If it does I cannot tell

I have a 2017 35K and it may be slightly different. I have 4 fuse panels.



The F53 has a fuse block down by where the drivers foot would be up under the dash. It's a real bear getting to!


The F53 has a fuse panel under the hood front and center. A clip at the lower right side releases it.



The coach has a fuse panel in the bedroom in the dresser.



The coach has a fuse panel in the inverter bay.





Again, this is info on the 2017 so yours may be different.



And then there is relays and circuit breakers and neutral safety switches, and brake switches in the loop.
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You most likely have a BCC ( battery control center ). Mine was in the forward passenger compartment in my 35E. Here’s a photo of it.
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Bounder battery control

Is the battery control box the one that says disconnect batteries before opening? I was hesitant to open since I did not know what was inside.
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Is the battery control box the one that says disconnect batteries before opening? I was hesitant to open since I did not know what was inside.
Yes. Just open carefully.
On my 2017 that is the only location the fuses are actually marked.
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Bounder hot water heater fuses/breaker

Thanks to each of you who have given information towards my locating fuse panels and my getting hot water again. I found all fuse locations, none under the dashboard but in the “battery control box” over the propane cylinder. The other was in the bedroom ask suggested by many of you. Ultimately the problem was a corroded connection on the thermal limit wire. My wife and I now have hot water on electricity and propane.
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Thanks for the update. Glad you fixed it.
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Fuse Bok 2014 Bounder 33C

Late to this thread but i tried to open the fuse box in the bedroom above the dresser and it is tight any trick to not break it?
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Late to this thread but i tried to open the fuse box in the bedroom above the dresser and it is tight any trick to not break it?
If it doesnt have a pull handle, you may need to push in and release.
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