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Old 09-29-2014, 09:15 PM   #1
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Help fuse problem. Where is it?

Up front on the driver side there are two twelve volt outlets tonight I was working behind the panel where the outlets are mounted "below all the switches and trans shifter" the connector broke lose on one of the outlets and one spark now they don't work. When I check the fuses in the panel in the back no fuse except the one for the 12 volt outlet in the dash and it works. Any help on how to reset or where the fuse is would be helpful

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Perhaps the outlets are split, one powered by the house batteries (fuse panel in back?) the other powered by the chassis battery. That fuse should be in a panel with the rest of the chassis functions, headlights, heater fan, wipers, etc.
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Thanks I will look are there any other ideas the coach is at a remote site so before I go and check I would like as many ideas as possible please
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Look at the fuse panel in the first outside bay on the driver's side.
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Thanks I will look are there any other ideas the coach is at a remote site so before I go and check I would like as many ideas as possible please
While installing a keyless entry lock actuator in my coach I found an inline fuse in the wire that supplied the +12 VDC to the cigarette lighter outlet in the main dash. I've found a couple of other inline fuses in the coach.

If you cannot find the relevant fuse in a panel you may want to follow the wire from the outlet to see if there is an inline fuse.

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Our coach has only one 12 volt outlet on the right side of the dash. There is a 20 amp in-line fuse in that circuit.
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