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Old 05-07-2014, 08:48 PM   #1
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Power driver seat

I have 2005 National Seabreeze work horse chassis. Problem is no power to seat but I don't know where fuse or ckt breaker is located. anyone have any ideas. Nothing in the manuals about power seats.
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Check what would be called the battery control center. On a National RV coach most of the time it will be the compartment ahead of entry door above propane. Good luck and keep us posted.
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Have you turned the seat around lately? If so, the wiring might have come unplugged under the seat
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I had the RV in for repair at campingworld they must have moved the seat to its limit anyway the power wires were stretched to there limit and pinched to the point of being shorted against frame of seat. I repaired wire and rerouted wiring so it wouldn't happen again also ckt breaker is located next to breaker box. reset and all is ok now.Thanks for all the info very helpful website.People are great.
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