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Old 06-02-2011, 06:19 PM   #1
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Question Weekend Warrior Wiring Diagrams

I've got a SLSLC 3405, 2009. WW never gave out any info on their wiring in the owners manual. Last time out I noticed the truck was not charging the batteries in the 5th wheel. I found one (1) blown 30 AMP fuse in the front part where the batteries and propane tanks sit. Replaced it and it seems to still be ok although I haven't towed it again. I'm having the trucks' connectors checked tomorrow to see if it is putting out any juice. On the side where the circuit breakers are, there is a sticker telling what fuses back there are for. What is strange is that although the sticker calls for different AMP fuses, the factory used nothing but 20 AMP fuses in all slots. Need to take care of that soon. Anyhow, I was wondering if there was anything out there that I could use that would tell me what each fuse in the front are for. Schematics, diagrams, stickers, personal knowledge?

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Old 07-04-2011, 01:55 PM   #2
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Found out charging circuit on truck was never hooked up. Still does not change the fact I don't know what the fuses in front are. From the amount of hits on this thread it is obvious there is a lot of interest on this subject. Does NOBODY have any ideas?
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