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Old 06-06-2013, 04:25 PM   #1
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Monitor Panel problem '11 Jamboree Searcher

Hi Members,

I have a 2011 Jamboree Searcher and I have a problem with my Monitor Panel. When I try to check the levels of Fresh, Grey, Black, LPG and Main none of the LED lights come on including the empty one. Only the AUX brings up all LED lights from empty to Full. It is a K113 P.N. CO7-0303 monitor panel. I have checked fuses and wiring and all look good. I suspect the circuit board on the monitor panel but not totally sure if this is the problem. Has anyone else had this situation and if so what was it.
Any feedback is appreciated.
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Fuse

In my Bounder it was a blown fuse in the battery control center. The same fuse that powers the propane detector.
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