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Old 08-24-2017, 05:23 PM   #1
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Cool 97 Newmar Kountry Star fuses

Lost power to my bedroom lights when I was doing work on the roof.. cut through the wires.. repaired the wires, but still no lights.. can't see fuse with that name under the bed .. ??? Any help would be appreciated..
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I'm not sure about your model but I have another set of fuses under a cover in the dash in front of the driver.
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`Yes, thank you... but it would appear that they are mainly for the cab and running lights
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Hi garyanita,
There is a 12V fuse buss somewhere in the coach. This buss has all the 12V fuses for the coach (not the automotive). In those days it seems Newmar took pride in putting these busses in different places even within model and year. How about the bathroom? Over the toilet, in a medicine cabinet. The fuse may not be specifically labeled for the bedroom. It might be labeled "lights"
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