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Old 06-02-2014, 08:19 PM   #1
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Propane Tank Solenoid

I tried replacing the burnt out indicator light for the propane solenoid switch on my 2000 Endeavor. The wires accidentally touched and now I have no power to the switch and cannot turn the propane on! I have checked all fuses in bedroom and storage pod below driver and can't find any blown fuses and both Carbon Monoxide detectors seem to be working fine. HELP
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Sorry I can't help with an exact location of the fuse you've blown, and fuses locations are a real bear in older coaches , personally I've found 10 different locations in my coach, 4 chassis and 6 coach. I know it's frustrating , but keep looking, could be hidden anywhere, and keep notes of all that you find . "Murphy" says you'll need to know later.
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OK I am thinking about using a wiring tracer device
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OK I am thinking about using a wiring tracer device
Don't think those will work on an open circuit.
The ones I've used, Snap-On short finder, and similar; you hook the device in, in place of the fuse to follow the current pulse to find, a short to ground.
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