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Old 05-26-2016, 04:03 PM   #1
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Fleeting fuses on Fleetwood Bounder 38n

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I have two problems... which I can not seem to figure out....

For my satellite antenna, the is a power up / sat selection switch which I can not get power to... nor find the fuse....

For my toad tow lights... a lot of what I read is that there is a hidden fuse panel for power supply to same.... any one have some hints???

Many thanks for your assistance

Keith

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Look to be sure you have a receiver powered up. Possibly needed to tell the sat dish where to locate.

Fuses are probably in the passenger side next to last bin. If it is freightliner, there are two large control modules with fuses. Can't tell you which one to check. If another chassis, look for a fuse block mounted just inside bin door.
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Old 05-27-2016, 07:53 AM   #3
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for the tow package my automotive fuses are behind the small swing out panel between the driver and passenger seats.

If you are talking about the dome antenna power on switch you may try making sure that the distribution switch is on Sat. I have removed mine and I do not remember an inline fuse on the power switch but you could remove the switch and check.

Mrboyer is correct in that the receiver needs to be on.
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