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Old 09-27-2019, 09:25 PM   #1
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does anybody know where the fuse is located for the drivers side power seats?Also my ac fan is very weak, I have changed the filters and cleaned the coils?
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Old 09-28-2019, 10:23 AM   #2
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Both the power seats in my Dutch Star ( pusher ) are powered from the same Newmar installed 12 volt circuit breaker. So I'd think that if you have two power seats and only the drivers side isn't working , that maybe wiring damage due to seat swiveling is possible .
On your A/C issue , is this a roof mounted A/C unit ?
Here are pictures of the way my coach is set up , for seat power , maybe you can locate something similar , on your gas chassis.
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Thanks for the info on the power seat. Yes it’s a roof a/c, it is factory installed.
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I found the circuit breaker thanks to you. Of course it just happens to be nearly in one of the most awkward places to get to. �� thank you again.
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Fan motors in the roof A/C units have been know to start dragging ( low rpm ) so you may have to look into a replacement.
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Thank you very much, I was also thinking it’s the fan motor. There is nothing more miserable than sitting in an RV with hardly any A/C blowing, trying to explain to your girlfriend that it’s normal. Lol
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There is nothing more miserable than sitting in an RV with hardly any A/C blowing, trying to explain to your girlfriend that itís normal. Lol
You're ; one brave individual ; I'd

After 48 years , I wouldn't even think about calling something the DW complains about ; normal.
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I have no idea what you mean by DW!
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I have no idea what you mean by DW!
DW: Dear Wife.

Just in case there is any confusion with other acronyms here in the forums , here's a link.

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