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Old 04-27-2015, 01:46 PM   #1
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Habitation Air Con

Can anybody tell me where i can find the fuses for the habitation air con. The air con stopped working it tripped the switch located by the steps, however it reset it self, but the air con still dont work. Anybody shed any light on this.
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Old 04-27-2015, 01:59 PM   #2
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Hmm . . . welcome to the forum. Information on what you are driving would be helpful.
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"Habitation air con" is a mostly Brit term for the house a/c, so maybe this is for a non-US brand? In any case, US built RVs use 120v (mains) power for the a/c and that has circuit breakers rather than fuses. They would be located on the main power panel.

Without more info as to year/make/model of RV and how this "air con" is powered, it's just guesswork.
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its a winnebago sightseer 26p 2006, yes i do believe it is a breaker i am looking for. Any idea where it is located
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I'm not familiar with the layout of that specific model, but all the 120v circuit breakers will be together, adjacent to the 12v fuse panel. Winnebago typically locates this stuff along with the other control panels, what they call "One Place". Do you have the Operator Manual for the coach? If not, you can download it from Winnebago's document archive, along with lots of other useful stuff (like plumbing and electrical schematics). For the Op Manual, see http://www.winnebagoind.com/resource...6Sightseer.pdf

They also offer an audio/visual guide for the Sightseer:
http://winnebagoind.com/resources/manuals/avguides.php
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Did you happen to trip the breaker on the genny? I have done that in the past.
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