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Old 06-23-2013, 06:26 AM   #1
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Beaver Marquis 120V House Lights

I have a 95 Marquis. I lost the lights to my Kit, Dining, Bath, and Bed. Only the 120V house lights. I have searched high and low for connections and the power source. No breakers tripped in panel or inverter. All switches have only 2 wires - one power feed and one to the fixture. I cant for the life of me figure where the power is fed from. Any ideas??
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Old 06-23-2013, 06:39 AM   #2
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Welcome to irv2. When you say 120v lights , do you mean outlets ? If so , it sounds like a bad gfi outlet. Try pushing the reset on that outlet.
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Might be a ground issue on a main ground. As they are 12 volt do you have power at switch, if not there is a fuze hidden some god fore-saken spot that he only knows where it is. Jim
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GFI most likely tripped. Check the one in the bath room.
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Welcome to the forum. You've come to the right place.

Most lights in an RV are 12 volt, as rvjimmy said. Do they work when you are plugged in to electricity?
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