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Old 12-22-2014, 06:23 PM   #1
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Ok I cant find the DC fuse box?

I was wiring in a replacement light (DC) in the bedroom and forget to shut off power. consequently, I blew the fuse. I have the appropriate schematic for my FW 2012 42 M Providence. It shows a 20 amp fuse for the bedroom in a fuse box only problem no clue as to the location? I've looked under the dash, and in the battery control box everything is nicely labeled but no bedroom fuse. All seem to be for the electric PG motors, dash appliances etc. anyone have an idea where to search. There are several harness fuses separate to the control box but none specifically labeled bedroom but wipers and AGS1 2 etc. checked under the bed no go. Ideas? Thanks.
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Old 12-22-2014, 06:44 PM   #2
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I had a small fuse box in the bedroom in my Bounder. It would've been there. Ask FW , they'll point you. Good luck.

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Old 12-22-2014, 08:03 PM   #3
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Thanks Cliff, I had planned to call CS in the AM. I've searched pretty throughly, not in the bedroom, pulled everything out that I could. Just was hoping someone might have a quick answer.
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Old 12-22-2014, 08:25 PM   #4
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On my Revolution, I have two fuse panels built into the bottom of the bed, near the AC panel, which is there too. I think they control the stuff you are looking for. Maybe it is similar on your Providence????
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Thanks for the reply. My AC panel is located in my living area under the midship TV. There is the block heater switch, remote for the Surge protection system and a panel, small, with a front that could be a possible. However the front is not easy or almost impossible to remove. I'm concerned about forcing it open as there are no distinguishable markings.
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I have 12v fuse boxes in the forward street storage bay (in several places, including above the windshield fluid tank), the battery storage bay, and in the Aqua Hot storage bay.
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FYI in the Providence 42 M it is next to the AC panel. Actually between the block heater switch and the surge protector remote. Small panel cover with no markings. Go figure!
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FYI in the Providence 42 M it is next to the AC panel. Actually between the block heater switch and the surge protector remote. Small panel cover with no markings. Go figure!
Does it look like this - top left... if so I was going to suggest looking for it but honestly I could not remember how I held my head when I opened it - and couldn't remember what was in there. It does open - but it is one of those things that just looks like it will break if you pry on it.... I should have a taken a picture....
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Does it look like this - top left... if so I was going to suggest looking for it but honestly I could not remember how I held my head when I opened it - and couldn't remember what was in there. It does open - but it is one of those things that just looks like it will break if you pry on it.... I should have a taken a picture....

That's the one I posted in post #2.
Pulling the cover off is scary.
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Your right that is the one. It was indeed scary prying it off required two tools. Small chisel combined with a large flat bladed screw driver. I just held my breath popping it off. Bet you would have a difficult time finding a new cover if it cracked!
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Your right that is the one. It was indeed scary prying it off required two tools. Small chisel combined with a large flat bladed screw driver. I just held my breath popping it off. Bet you would have a difficult time finding a new cover if it cracked!
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LOL, so true. I really don't know how the 3d printer works but willing to learn? Happy Holidays all.
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I'll add my two cents....in my 2001 American Tradition one of my fuse blocks is located under the entry steps. Did you happen to look there? Good luck.
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