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Old 06-19-2014, 05:44 AM   #15
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I learned from this post...where the reset button is if it happens to me. Thanks for starting the post.

Peter, it is at the very top of the outside fuse compartment on the D/S. Sounds like it hard to see but a flash light and a pencil ereasr shold be able to push them all.

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Old 06-19-2014, 10:06 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by pallencollin View Post
Where was the reset button located?

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Located on the bottom of the breaker, hard to see and the devices do not even look like a breaker. There are two immediately above the constant-duty solenoid, large red wire coming off the solenoid lead to the breakers. Each seat ALS has a 30 amp mini-fuse in the "no-name black box" with the two knurled thumb screws in the cover. I tried swapping the known operable seat fuse with the dead seat fuse to verify it was not a fuse issue (at least of the ones I could find! ).

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Old 10-02-2017, 12:10 AM   #17
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Hate to revive a thread, but passenger side chair is inop. Switched fuses in the black box front compartment drivers side. Both fuses operate the drivers chair, so it isn't fuses (and they are 30 Amp). Don't see any breakers in this compartment.

Note, 2015 Cornerstone, thus Villa chairs (not Flexsteel). Read about a switch in the thread. Don't see any. Looked as best I can see; no loose wires or connections. Anyone had a problem (solved) for this vintage passenger chair when it wasn't fuses??? If no one knows, I'll cal CS and hope for an experienced tech. Tx.
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Old 10-02-2017, 10:09 AM   #18
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Still confused...can someone take a photo of the reset button and post it here. I have no idea what you are talking about. Thanks.
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Old 10-02-2017, 10:17 AM   #19
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Chair Power Problem

Talked to Customer Service. Found the following for future reference. Again,this applies to 2015 Cornerstone with Villa passenger seat. All functions were inoperative on the chair
1) Checked fuses (there are two in the largest black box) in the D1 compartment. They were both 30A and working. There are no other fuses (including the in line wiring).
2) As the whole seat was inop,it was unlikely to be a plug that wasn't seated properly. That means it had to be the main power to the seat.
3) Two main power lines (one black and one red). Found about a foot back on this main power line and inside the 5/8" black coil wire harness cover that the red power line had pulled apart out of a connector.

Used an in line wiring connector and reconnected wire with with new splice and using wire crimping pliers. Problem solved.

Posting this as these are the things you can check for connection. Different chairs brands and different coaches may differ.

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