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Old 09-11-2019, 01:26 PM   #1
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We have a 2003 country coach Intrigue and are having problems with power to the front of the coach. I have looked at the Elect. diagrams and so far haven't been able to find the the connections ( well Hidden ) or fusible links. Ideas ??
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Have you checked the GFI plugs, you may have more than one. Mine has only one in the kitchen area close to the floor.
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What kind of power? 12v or 120v?

What source? Inverter, Shore power, Generator power, Battery?

What parts of the front of the coach have no power? Dash or Television etc..?

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Agree with Dean... Need a better/clearer description of the problem.
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have 1 in the bedroom. I haven't found any others. the problem is intermittent It's on now but will trip if I plug any thing into it.
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I consider GFI's a replacement item. Some more often than others. If it is tripping it needs replaced. That's really the only way (or at least the easiest) to know if it is faulty or not. Cheap and easy to change out. Best of luck.
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