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Old 08-11-2014, 07:40 PM   #1
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In line fuse

I have a 2011 Winnebago Aspect 30C and the leveling system has gone out. I have checked the HWH control panel and everything appears alright. I have performed the release of break check to see if the switch was out. I know there is a 40 Amp inline fuse but have been unable to locate it. can anyone help?

The control panel had power but when I tried to lower the jacks there was no power to the motor. I could hear the click at the panel. Ironically I just got it out of the shop for generator service. I was hoping not have to put it right back in 3 days later
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Old 08-11-2014, 07:44 PM   #2
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Welcome to iRV2 .
The 40 amp in-line , was about 18" away from the pump motor on my coach, when I found it . Many years between our coaches hope this is, of some help, but if you had power at the control box fuses I'd think that one is ok.
I'll check my wiring diagram.
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Glad you're aboard. Best of luck finding the fuse and a solution to your problem. Enjoy your adventures and be safe.
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Old 08-11-2014, 08:14 PM   #4
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The inline fuse on our 2001 Adventurer was similar to the one Skip426 describes. Ours was only a few inches from the pump, but it was inside a protective wire loom cover with a few layers of electrical tape over the cover for good measure.
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The slides are all working correctly
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Slides also hydraulic; part of the HWH system ?
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That was a check from the guide which is why I included it. They appear electric only
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Should have asked before , Jack up and won't extend ? Or down and wont retract?

I have helped with the HWH systems and tracked things down to a defective solenoid.
But my problem , erratic operation traced to the fuse.
This is what I found.
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Have a helper work the controls while you check the solenoid , on top of the pump motor for power, to one of the small terminals. If the solenoid clicks and the motor won't run. Use a set of jumper cables to jump power from one large terminal to the other, to see if the pump motor will run.
If the HWH pump and reservoir are in the area of the generator, check all the ground wiring , the shop may have disturbed some thing ( ground wire). Another member reported that the pressure switch ( sensor ) was his problem. The sensor shut down the system thinking the hydraulics were running at max pressure and in danger of blowing a line. He was able to get the system operating by disconnecting the sensor until he was able to replace it.
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