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Old 01-12-2014, 08:34 PM   #1
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Overhead fans, electric mirrors and backup monitor quit working in motorhome

I was driving my motorhome to Rockport, Texas for the winter when the overhead fans and back-up monitor quit working. After I got to our campground for the winter, i discovered that the electric mirrors also did not work. I read the Georgie Boy manual to try to find a solution to the problems. I discovered that the problem could be blown fuses controlling the fans, mirrors and back-up momitor. However, the electrical diagrams that I found suggest either 20 or 30 amp fuses my be blown.

Please help me with this problem.
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Old 01-12-2014, 10:51 PM   #2
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More specific information on your motorhome and chassis would help troubleshooting. (Year, model, chassis, engine)

I had a similar failure, lost the fans, rear camera, no windshield wipers and step would not retract when door closed. 2000 Freightliner XCS chassis. It was a fuse in the fuse blocks below the driver door. Fuse marked Ign-1 and it feeds a "Body Builder interface" harness. 2nd of 4 fuses in line and marked #24 on fuse block cover

( My fuse failed because a crimp connector in that interface line had overheated and was discolored/melted.)

Hope this helps..
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More specific information on your motorhome and chassis would help troubleshooting. (Year, model, chassis, engine)

I had a similar failure, lost the fans, rear camera, no windshield wipers and step would not retract when door closed. 2000 Freightliner XCS chassis. It was a fuse in the fuse blocks below the driver door. Fuse marked Ign-1 and it feeds a "Body Builder interface" harness. 2nd of 4 fuses in line and marked #24 on fuse block cover

( My fuse failed because a crimp connector in that interface line had overheated and was discolored/melted.)

Hope this helps..
2005 Georgie Boy Landau on aWorkhorse chassis. I changed two 30 amp fuses under the hood but that did not help. Someone suggested that there should be a breaker located at the rear of the coach. I tried to find a breaker box but did not find one. There are no fuses under the dash dedicated for the fans, mirrors or back up monitor.
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