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Old 09-11-2012, 05:50 AM   #1
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Who or what turned out the lights?


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I have a 2007 Georgie Boy Pursuit 3100DS and I am having a problem with a couple of the interior coach lights. These are the lights located in the front portion of the Motor home. I have tested the bulbs and they all work fine but for some reason I am getting no power to the fixture.

The rest of the lights in the coach work well except for these two. I should mention that they were working but I recently had my windshield changed out and they work no more? Is it possible this is a fuse issue? If so, would this be a coach fuse or a chassis fuse?

If you can shed any light on the subject it would be much appreciated.


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Old 09-11-2012, 06:07 AM   #2
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That would be coach lights, the wire could got pulled loose take the light fixture down check wiring to see if connected or loose and look in the house fuse panel for a blown fuse a light tester makes this easier to do hook to ground and touch both sides of fuses all should have power when coach is on battery or shore power

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Old 09-11-2012, 01:31 PM   #3
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Welcome to irv2.
If they are your map lights may have switch on them that needs to be pressed plus they maybe controlled off & on by your lamp dash control turned all the way up.
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