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Old 02-08-2016, 02:31 PM   #1
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interior fuse box

can someone please help me locate the interior fuse box in my 1998 Nuwa Hitchhiker II. I have looked everywhere, called NUWA, called local camper site where I bought camper, googled & still can't find it. Ive checked the GFI & breaker box outside, read through all the info that came with camper & still can't find. My head is pounding & I feel stupid! How can this be so hard to find???

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Not sure specifically about NuWa, but they're generally located inside the converter box, usually a panel front about 12" long by 9" tall. You can often locate it by hearing on its occasional low volume buzzing, but it should be right in plain view, perhaps low to the floor.

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Later models have the one of the fuse blocks up under the bedroom area--look for a compartment door near where the tow wiring harness disappears.
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Old 02-22-2016, 10:44 AM   #4
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Thank you found it! Everyone kept telling me it was inside near floor in pantry, nope near tow hitch
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