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Old 05-18-2015, 02:31 PM   #1
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1994-95 Damon Intruder 35' Class A

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I need to find the fuse box for the house side of my Damon Intruder. We have searched everywhere we can think of!! The front part of the MH is dead as far as the the switches for front lighting, outside lighting, basement lighting, the above range switches for hood light, hood exhaust fan, and water pump! Also our backup camera monitor went out, cigarette lighter, and high speed blower for A/C (chassis) so there MUST be another fuse box somewhere! The chassis fuse box under the dash has no blown fuses.

Any ideas? Damon Corp owner manual is useless!!!

Thanks ahead of time!!

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That's sounds like your 12v system is off. Is your battery disconnect switch pushed? My switch is by the front door.
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Switch

Yes the orange round Guest switch is on. The other switch at the door is on also both are working.
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Look in your 110v power center- you'll probably find the 12v fuses behind a door there. (It does sound like the battery disconnect switch is off, to lose all 12 v)

Are you on shore power now? Issue is perhaps in your converter. Any difference when you unplug and try just batteries?
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