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Old 03-23-2016, 02:38 AM   #1
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No lights or stove ignitor?

We are on our first trip with our 2000 Allure. Everything is going fine except all my lights under our overhead storage don't work, both front map lights don't work and my stove ignitor doesn't work.

I know that these worked two weeks ago, because I was showing my wife how the stove worked. I should have brought the manuals with me, but of course I left them at home.....

I have found the fuse box in the rear bin where the fuel filters are. I have looked at both fuse boxes inside next to my left foot.

Does anyone have any idea where these circuits are fused? Or any other ideas would be helpful.

Thanks!!
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Old 03-23-2016, 08:02 AM   #2
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We are on our first trip with our 2000 Allure. Everything is going fine except all my lights under our overhead storage don't work, both front map lights don't work and my stove ignitor doesn't work.
I know that these worked two weeks ago, because I was showing my wife how the stove worked. I should have brought the manuals with me, but of course I left them at home.....
I have found the fuse box in the rear bin where the fuel filters are. I have looked at both fuse boxes inside next to my left foot.
Does anyone have any idea where these circuits are fused? Or any other ideas would be helpful.
Thanks!!
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My coach, (not a Country Coach Allure), has a 12V "house fuse panel" in an upper bedroom cabinet... (near the 120V breaker panel).
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Old 03-23-2016, 11:11 AM   #3
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My stove ignitor will work only on 110v power source. Generator or shore power.

The lights fuse is likely in the house electrical compartment. Mine is accessed from the forward passenger side basement compartment. Yours may be different.
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No lights or stove ignitor?

Same here. Stove is on 110VAC circuit. Just need to turn on the inverter for a moment to ignite.

Are the map lights possibly on a switched circuit (aside from the switches on the lamps themselves)? Are they on the chassis circuit and only active with the ignition on?
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UPDATE!!

I found a blown 20 amp fuse in my fuse block where the fuel filters are. I must have missed it yesterday, I believed I could see all the links and they all looked good. Then I checked the fuse positions with my fluke and found it. It was labeled 402 (overhead lights and CO detector)

I think the cause was my map lights. I had a blown bulb and I didn't know the position of the dial, so when I pulled the bulb the socket came out also and when it laid on the housing, the fuse blew. Evidently my oven is 12v, cause the ignitors work great.

Thanks for all the suggestions
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