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Old 12-14-2019, 05:34 PM   #1
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Bounder fuse panel location

2006 Fleetwood Bounder 35e . Where is the 12 v fuse panel located?
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Depends on what fuse panel you're looking for. On our prior 06 Bounder, one was in the bedroom, next to the breaker panel (photo below). Another was under the pilot dash, another, in the propane bay.

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Fuse location

On my 2010 Bounder Classic I have a 12v DC fuse panel for the chassis on the left side of the dash, a 12v for the coach under the refrigerator behind a small plastic cover and a 110V under the fridge behind a wooden pull away door
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In our 2007 35E we have one in the bedroom: stand at the vanity table, looking towards the window - on the wall on the right, near the desktop, is a black plastic panel. Pull that panel off and you'll see some fuses.


Sitting in the driver's seat, look at the dash area between the instrument cluster and the left side window - that panel pulls up (it's held down by velcro) and there's more fuses in there.


There's also some fuses in the Battery Control Center - that will be either in the propane tank compartment or on the firewall under the hood.
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The same in my 08 35E.

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In our 2007 35E we have one in the bedroom: stand at the vanity table, looking towards the window - on the wall on the right, near the desktop, is a black plastic panel. Pull that panel off and you'll see some fuses.


Sitting in the driver's seat, look at the dash area between the instrument cluster and the left side window - that panel pulls up (it's held down by velcro) and there's more fuses in there.


There's also some fuses in the Battery Control Center - that will be either in the propane tank compartment or on the firewall under the hood.
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Do you know where the fuse is located for the ignition switch?
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