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Old 06-16-2017, 04:17 PM   #1
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2014 ACE 27.1 radio fuses?

I have the dead Jensen 212 syndrome. Tried some of the fixes to no avail. But I did find some random fuses blown so want to make sure that I check all that may affect radio before going the new route.
I found the 2 40 amp fuses in coach box blown
I found the 15 amp directly on leveler motor blown
Now I suspect may have had something happen during storage or when I installed new coach battery.

I know we have 3 fuse boxes but not sure which may have fuses that may affect that I can check.
My coach box has minimal explanation on what is for what.

Thanks in advance.

Rob
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The fuses are under the dash, left of the steering wheel. They are pretty hard to get to so don't get stuck laying on the floor in front of the seat.
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Smile fuses

I had the same problem with my sig outlet. also check in the engine fuse panel.
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I had the same problem with my sig outlet. also check in the engine fuse panel.


The 212 was dead but when I bought a newer one, it would not fire up. Turns out there was the one in the engine compartment that was to keep the clock on. Just FYI, there are 5 potential fuses that can affect the radio. What a pain!
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