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Old 02-06-2012, 08:14 AM   #1
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Another electrical issue

On my 2004 Adventurer 38R, I still have no monitor panel. Took the panel out and checked connections. Seem OK. Does anyone know where it would be fused? Also, where is the fuse for fog lamps. Just got back from vacation and noticed they wouldn't come on. Looked at diagrams and saw no mention of them. Help! Thanks.
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day52, you may get a quicker response to your questions by posting in the Winnebago forum on this site. Someone there may have some great knowledge of what is wrong and can steer you in the right direction. Hope all works out.
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Yep, post your Winnebago specific questions on the Winnebago Owners Forum. On the iRV2 main page, scroll down about 1/2 way. You'll find the Winnebago Forum there.
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what chassis do you have?
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