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Old 05-14-2013, 11:59 PM   #1
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Fuses for Power Gear control touch pad

Anyone have any idea where I can buy the fuses in the back of the Power Gear control pad? There are 5 of them that look like capacitors. 4 of them are 3.15 amps and one is 1.6 amps. I have control pad 500210 in a 1996 Dolphin 535
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An electronic parts supplier should have or at least be able to get them for you.
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Digi Key or Allied electronics

Can you post a picture?
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You have to buy a set of fuses through a dealer from Power Gear they cost about $60. I just purchased hoping to salvage my 500210 control pad to no avail. Being this control pad is now obsolete the replacement control pad runs about $600 and comes with a new wiring harness as installation requires rewiring at the pump assembly since the wiring on new control pad is opposite of the 500210.
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Mine is now almost 14 years old and never have had a fuse blow.
Did replace the motor once and both front jack springs and seals.

Check at Radio Shack for fuses
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I know exactly what your are talking about since I did a full systems check on my coach after I bought it. I'm just obseccesed to know my caoch in and out. Anyway, no doubt they can be had from a PG dealer. You might also luck out and find them online if these same 'special' fuses are used in other applications. My 15 yo coach has never blown one to my knowledge.
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Can you get a close up of them? Those are very strange values.
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I just went out to my tool box and looked at my stash. The fuse has a W with a X over the W. I would go on line and try first. My 3.15 amp are marked part number 14-1083. My 1.6 amp are mixed in with the 3.15 amp and do not have a pn listed. You might check with Radio Shack. I don't remember if they carry them or not. I like Power Gear products, but they are highway robbers when it comes to parts. These fuses are not made especially for PG. They are off the shelf fuses.
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I just went out to my tool box and looked at my stash. The fuse has a W with a X over the W. I would go on line and try first. My 3.15 amp are marked part number 14-1083. My 1.6 amp are mixed in with the 3.15 amp and do not have a pn listed. You might check with Radio Shack. I don't remember if they carry them or not. I like Power Gear products, but they are highway robbers when it comes to parts. These fuses are not made especially for PG. They are off the shelf fuses.
If someone can post a couple of pictures I may be able to find a source. Or at least a decent substitute. Those are really strange values for fuses.
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If someone can post a couple of pictures I may be able to find a source. Or at least a decent substitute. Those are really strange values for fuses.
Sorry I am pretty good with motorhomes but I am a lousy computer Geek. I don"t know how to post pictures. They are easy to describe. The are about the size of a asprin. They are a metal can. they are painted black. They have two "legs" that plug into the board. The "legs" are simply wires.
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For anyone else in need here are the various links for Power Gear hydraulic jacks. Now that my new touchpad (1010001131) & wire harness is installed I'd be happy to send the working fuses from the original 500210 touchpad to a fellow RVer in need.

Power Gear/Kwikee Technical Service
Locate a retailer to purchase parts: Retail Sellers - Power Gear
Locate a dealer in your area: www.rvda.org | Home or Locate Dealers - Power Gear
Download owners or service manuals, Tip Sheets: Technical Documents - Power Gear
Download parts ID charts: Identify Parts - Power Gear
Diagnostic videos can be viewed at: Diagnostic Videos - Power Gear
System lookup by coach info: System Lookup - Power Gear
Jack ID chart: http://support.powergearus.com/techd...%2004%2012.pdf
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Thank's to everybody for this thread and to Oxford2607 for sending me a couple fuses I was able to solve our power gear problem.

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