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Old 06-02-2015, 09:00 AM   #1
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Just purchased a coachman catalina 23 ft travel travel. My wife has painted the outside made some new curtains. We put a futon in the front bedroom for us. The back room will be for our 13 year old and the two little ones can sleep on the fold down table. All the lights where working on this towable a week ago but now the bathroom lights do not work and the left turn signal does not work. Would love to have some help with this any ideas would be great. We have checked the fuses and they are ok.

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Old 06-02-2015, 10:49 AM   #2
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Check your ground wires. Make sure the connection is clean and tight.
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The light problem may possibly be a remote GFI (Ground Fault Isolation) that has popped and needs a reset. Not familiar with your unit, try checking under the bathroom sink area or it could be located on the BR wall or in a closet nearby.

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I would bet the bathroom lights are 12 volt not 120 volt so if fuse is good it either the switch or the bulb or power coming in + or -. As for the blinker, if you have the blinker on the tow rig then it is either the bulb or the connection somewhere along the way.


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