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Old 06-17-2012, 03:19 PM   #1
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Lost power to fans /dinette light

The overhead vent fans in the bathroom and the kitchen are not working. Neither is the light over the dinette. I"m wondering if it's a circuit problem. I've tried them on shore power, gen, and house batteries. Nothing. I removed the switch to one fan and am going to purchase a new one and try that. Still not sure about the light. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
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The overhead vent fans in the bathroom and the kitchen are not working. Neither is the light over the dinette. I"m wondering if it's a circuit problem. I've tried them on shore power, gen, and house batteries. Nothing. I removed the switch to one fan and am going to purchase a new one and try that. Still not sure about the light. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
Sounds like a 12 v fuse.
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Located in one of the under dash panels?
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I looked for a 12 v fuse everywhere I could think of, no luck. Any idea as to where it might be located?
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Sorry, I don't know where yours are. Try posting that question in the Monaco Forum. Good luck.
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It will more than likely be located with the converter circuit breaker/fuse panel. If you have an inverter the panel fed from the inverter will more than likely have a 12 volt dc fuse panel associated with it. The panel under the dash will serve chassis circuits and not the coach needs.
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Eureka! I found it!

I finally found the fuse box, replaced the blown fuse. Put the fan back together and everything is working like it's supposed to. Thanks for the advice.
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Thanks for the update. Glad you found the fuse.
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