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Old 01-18-2019, 10:45 AM   #1
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Fuse Identification

I own a 2005 American Tradition coach. The fuse blocks under the entry stairs do not have covers. Therefore I can't determined what each fuse is for. Can someone with the same coach please take a couple of pictures of these covers so that I can identify my fuses? Your help is greatly appreciated.
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An alternate but much harder method is turn everything on then pull 1 fuse at a time see what goes out or stops working. BUt theres a long list of stuff. Ill send u pic of mine if u think it would ill help but its not the same as yours.
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I would think that if you give Fleetwood/REV customer Service at 800-435-7345
or submit a request on-line at https://www.revgroup.com/vehicle-customer-service and provide them your VIN and FIN, they can identify those fuses for you.
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