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Old 08-18-2019, 09:51 AM   #1
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Overhead fans

I have a 1999 Winnebago Adventurer. One of the overhead windshield fans has seized up. I have replaced the fan but apparently the fuse or circuit breaker tripped. I am struggling to find that location of the fuse or breaker. I have found the panel above the microwave, under the instrument panel on the dash, and under the hood in the center and checked everything that I found and have not found anything blown. Iím stuck and appreciate any help.
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Your manual should tell you where your main fuse box is. Ours is on the side of the bed.


Also, sometimes you can't tell if a braker has blown. You need to flip each one.
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You might want to repost this question in one of the technical forums. This one is dedicated to trip planning software RV Trip Wizard.
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