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Old 08-16-2016, 12:54 PM   #1
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Locating IN-WALL slide out circuit breaker and fuse

Yikes!!! Called the service department at the dealer with no luck. Trying to locate the circuit breaker and 30 amp fuse for my IN-WALL Slide Out on my 2014 Cherokee Grey Wolf 29VT. Found the controller. Anyone know where to find these in a Grey Wolf?
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Yikes!!! Called the service department at the dealer with no luck. Trying to locate the circuit breaker and 30 amp fuse for my IN-WALL Slide Out on my 2014 Cherokee Grey Wolf 29VT. Found the controller. Anyone know where to find these in a Grey Wolf?
What is your specific problem? It will help to determine the right solution.
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Look on the frame close to battery. There usually is a circuit breaker located there. It's rather small, make have a rubber cover over the contacts with a very small button on the side. Try pushing that button in. Sometimes there may just be a fuse located in the same spot.
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