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Old 11-18-2014, 12:04 PM   #1
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Auto Gen Start Fuse size? Four Winds 31W

I have a 2015 Four Winds 31W and the auto Gen start didn't work... took it in to the dealer with a list of things after first trip... they reported that they tested it and it worked fine (they lied).

Later, I had a guy install some solar panels and he saw the inline fuse holder right by the coach batteries with no fuse in it. So he put a 2.5 amp fuse in it and Voila! it worked.

So I want to make sure I get the right size fuse put in there so it doesn't blow a fuse while I'm out camping. Anyone know what it should have?
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I have a 2015 Four Winds 31W and the auto Gen start didn't work... took it in to the dealer with a list of things after first trip... they reported that they tested it and it worked fine (they lied).

Later, I had a guy install some solar panels and he saw the inline fuse holder right by the coach batteries with no fuse in it. So he put a 2.5 amp fuse in it and Voila! it worked.

So I want to make sure I get the right size fuse put in there so it doesn't blow a fuse while I'm out camping. Anyone know what it should have?
My 2015 Miramar is labeled 5 amp on the fuse holder.
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