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Old 01-19-2016, 06:03 PM   #1
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Where is the fuse box?

I have a `98 Prowler toy box trailer and know I've blowen a fuse somewhere.The radio has quit and the switch inside and outside the trailer will not start the generator. I have looked everywhere.
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I'm unfamiliar with your RV, but they are usually designed in a similar fashion. I'd start by looking at where the shore power comes into the unit. It is usually connected to 120 v breaker panel. A branch of that power will go to a converter/charger that keeps the 12 v batteries charged and provides 12v power to all interior functions. On that converter/charger is where the 12 v fuses are located. As I said, start with the shore cord and work from there. The converter/charger might be tucked under a cabinet, refrigerator, closet, dinette seat, etc.
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