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Old 05-06-2017, 11:28 AM   #1
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I have a 2002 Fleetwood Discovery 37T pusher. The lights in the slide, over the table and couch and wall lights stopped working. Anyone know where the fuse might be? Or any ideas? I'm in the dark, literally!
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I have a 2002 Fleetwood Discovery 37T pusher. The lights in the slide, over the table and couch and wall lights stopped working. Anyone know where the fuse might be? Or any ideas? I'm in the dark, literally!

Thanks.


Wish I knew but it seems a cardinal rule of MH builders is to hide the fuses and breakers so you can never find them or need to disassemble half the coach to get to it. Mine has easy access to fuses for things like the map light but hide the slide breakers. Hmm, wonder what I might consider more relevant? They seem to have the philosophy of 'If it's important, lets hide it,"

Okay, stick a fork in me, I'm done!

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Hopefully you didn't loose your electrical connection. It has been known to happen, gets pinched or pulled by the slide going in and out. Usually you can see the wiring underneath the slideout somewhere. Mine pulled an audio connection to my subwoofer inside a cabinet apart.
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My lights on my slide were dead as well when I purchased my class C.
Turned out plug had pulled apart.
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