I'm totally stumped and hoping someone on here will know this answer. I have a 2007 Damon Outlaw on the Ford V-10 chassis. Due to a roof leak on the driver's side, water intruded into the overheads and drained into the driver/side fan. I rebuilt the cabinet, sealed the roof, addressed the leak, etc.
The problem: before the fan gave up the ghost, it took out a fuse...somewhere....and I cannot find it. According to the electrical diagrams, it is on the Battery Control Center (a 15amp fuse). But I've checked ALL of those and they are all powered/good. And there are WAY more fuses on the diagram than on the BCC under the hood. I've checked all the fuses inside by the driver's foot, and the chassis battery center. I've found several other fuses in-line with other systems...are the cabinet mounted Dash (defrost) fans similarly wired? If so, where is the little monster? I'm stumped and about to resort to hard-wiring the switch/fans on a separate fuze circuit.
Also, this may/may not be related. About the same time the dash fan quit, the 'high-speed' on my A/C blower (dash rotary switch) became in-op. Low/low-mid/hi-mid all work; turning it to 'high' results in the blower shutting off. The rotary switch itself is electrically functional. I have read elsewhere that the high-speed on some A/C dash fan motors uses a relay as the current load would exceed the rotary switch. Is it possible the same fuse that feeds the dash fans ALSO energizes a similar relay?
Surely appreciate any help or suggestions.