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Old 09-04-2016, 03:21 PM   #1
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Red face Cameo 37 foot no battery power

I have a 2010 Cameo 37 foot 5th wheel. The jacks work fine on the battery, but I get no 12 volt power to any other lights, fridge, etc. in the unit. It has a Wizard 9000 control for the power...any suggestions...PS. the battery tests fine, it does run the jacks.

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My last 5er had two separate power wires from the battery , and each had a 12volt circuit breaker within a foot of the battery box.
One circuit breaker was for the jacks , the other for main fuse panel.
Check your connections at the battery then follow the power wire, by code the wiring should have a fuse or a circuit breaker within 3 feet of the battery.

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Cameo use to put the 12 volt fuses by the jack switches on the left side. But I bet it's like Skip426 said it's probably the 12 volt circuit breaker, a lot of them have a plastic leg that will pop out, just push it back in to reset it.
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