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Old 07-21-2010, 03:58 PM   #1
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Talking Power to Small Fuse Box Solved

As it usually turns out there it was right in front of me. Turns out on the Sea Breeze Ford Chassis there are three fuse boxes. The fuse box directly behind the dash through the slot in the top. It was camoed so well I could not see it until finding the relays next to it and saw fuses through a very small slot. Of course the top came off and there it was a blown fuse.

If we just had accurate schematics of these coaches.

Thanks to everyone who responded.

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2007 Sea Breeze 35'
Colorado Springs, Colorado
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Old 07-21-2010, 04:47 PM   #2
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The problem with schematics of coaches is that if your VIN ends in 001 and mine in 002 and otherwise they are identical.. Same make, Same model, Same Same Same.

The Schematic may well be different.

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Old 07-21-2010, 05:20 PM   #3
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I bought my first Damon in 05. It was a Challenger 2006 F353, and a wonderful coach! I went to www.Damon and loved watching the online Factory Tour. It is the best of its kind, and I have replayed it many more times than I care to admit! I have it on my list at the top of my AOL screen! I sold it after 2 years, as My wife wouldnt do much camping! A dumb move! I have had 2 coaches since, but it was the best! I love the first show of the start on the raw Chassis! Their design is the best I have seen, and not anything but straight forward and of nice design! Lots of Pass threws! Easy access to everything! I should have traded the wife!! Not! She is my Rock and my joy! allegro5
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