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Old 06-23-2014, 02:44 PM   #1
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New to Class C Motorhomes - help

I recently bought a four winds 1996 class c motorhome 29qsb and I have the owners manual but it does not tell me were to locate the fuse panel and the water heater. I need to un-winterize the camper but it only gives me gerneral directions and I don't have any lights in my bathroom so I need to locate the fuse box. Can anyone tell me where to find these items and any pointers for doing either of the general maitenance items?
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welcome max and beth... I have a 2002 Fourwinds class C...my fuses are located on the left side of the bed.
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Old 06-23-2014, 03:01 PM   #3
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Unless someone can give you the exact locations for the items you are trying to find, I suggest you do a search online to see what you are actually looking for. Your fuse panel will be somewhere inside the motor home, while the water heater is easily found by checking around the outside of the motor home, for the door to the water heater. I really couldn't find any good links to show you what you want.
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My water heater fuse is on the heater itself, behind the outside door!
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