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Old 08-08-2018, 08:41 PM   #1
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Fuse location for front half lights

While changing to LED bulbs in our 1997 Bounder I blew the fuse to the front half lights and can't find it. Looked in the fuse box under the speedometer, the fuse box and the moto control box behind the grill. There must be fuses i haven't found. Thanks for any help
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While changing to LED bulbs in our 1997 Bounder I blew the fuse to the front half lights and can't find it. Looked in the fuse box under the speedometer, the fuse box and the moto control box behind the grill. There must be fuses i haven't found. Thanks for any help
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Are the lights coach or house lights? Gas or diesel Bounder?
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If you are talking about the house lights the fuses are by the AC breaker panel under a metal panel.

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Thank you for the responses. It is gas and they are under a panel? Who ever wrote the owners manual worked at trying to be vague about everything.
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If, you are talking about the lights inside the MH. A picture with an arrow to the thumb screw that reveals the 12 volt fuses for the lights and appliances that require 12 volt. My panel is above the fridge.
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Thank you for the responses. It is gas and they are under a panel? Who ever wrote the owners manual worked at trying to be vague about everything.
You are vague in your question. What lights are you talking about? House lights? The 12-volt fuses for them are with the 120-volt circuit breakers.
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Thank you for the help -fixed
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And the problem was?
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