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Old 01-06-2013, 10:16 PM   #1
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Unhappy Looking for diagram for DC electrical

I have a 1988 (mfg. dt. 1987) Fleetwood Bounder that I'm trying to sell for my 75 yr. old mother. My husband is having issues with the 7th (furnace) and 8th (tv) fuses that continually blow. He suspects the wiring to the DC electrical has been messed with, as the other components have as well. Where can I find a diagram or schematic for the DC electrical to repair? I've tried going directly through Fleetwood and they say they no longer support this year/model. If anyone has any information whatsoever, I'd be greatly appreciative.
Thank you very much,

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Old 01-07-2013, 02:07 PM   #2
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Older unit may have pinched wires, to be lazy i will not advise here, pain to do with phone.

Search "fuse blows" here on IRV2 and you will find a lot of ways to troubleshoot.

You will need a volt/ohm meter and/or a test light.

One other poster made a "test light fuse " that i thought was a great idea, soldered wires to a blown fuse then connected them to a 12 volt bulb, when inserted where the fuse is blown it lights up, as wires are moved and the short is removed the light goes out, great idea!

Do some reading first, then get the tools and start hunting.
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