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Old 04-18-2014, 11:58 AM   #1
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I'm having a electric problem. My dim lights and my running lights will not turn off. Unless I pull. fuse F16 and could anyone tell me what the pager door light fuse operates. Thanks Bob
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Hi rebel4963,
Consider asking this question in the Newmar Owner's forum. The question is very specific to Newmar coaches. The skill is in that forum to answer your question.

On my coach F16 is the door light. You may be looking at the wrong fuse block. The fuse block F16 is in is for coach items powered by the chassis batteries. In the same compartment is another fuse block that has fuses for automotive circuits. The identifying labels are very ambiguous. Gut feel says the fuse you are looking for might be in this fuse block.
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