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Old 07-24-2013, 07:09 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by waroland View Post
Give us some info on your coach, make model and year. You should have a battery disconnect switch some where around the entrance door.
Originally Posted by clyon51 View Post
Since we haven't a clue what brand, model or year of coach you have, its impossible to help you. Generally speaking, the house battery disconnect switch is near the entry steps. The actually solenoid that takes care of the actual disconnect is generally in close proximity to the 12v fuse panel, the converter and the house battery(s).

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Go to Winnebago Industries click on Resources and then click on Manuals and schematics. You will find more information then you ever thought you could find. If you go to a section to enter your serial number you can get a list of everything that has been put into it.

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