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Old 09-25-2011, 08:23 PM   #1
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No power to certain fuses?

I was checking my fuses this morning when the rear heater in my Fleetwood Discovery failed to come on. I found that there was no power to either side of the fuse when I checked it. Anybody have any suggestions? Most of the other fuses checked out OK. Is there a main fuse that controls the smaller fuses?

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MOST of the other fuses check out OK ??
If you have issues with multiple fuses, there could be a lot of issues . Is your fuse panel a printed circuit board ? Could be a crack in a circuit on the board it's self , if the fuses that don't check out ok, are all related to the ignition switch being turned on, there could be a relay and / or a circuit breaker involved in the wiring. My coach has both, the ignition switch turns on a relay that feeds power from a circuit breaker to about 5 fuses in the panel. Realy need a list of everything that's not working.
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