Originally Posted by GaryKD
The labeled fuse it it. There is nothing else.
I assumed as much. Thanks
Originally Posted by "007"
Gary is correct, have you tried running a 12v -,+ wire temp to prove detector works not defective may have a blinking green light when working.
In the morning I will pull out the C02/LP monitor and try hooking it up to another circuit.
The quest continues.
Along with restoring power to the dash radio I made some headway in re-configuring my media cabinet today. This is a rather daunting task. Even with pre-labeling wires it requires all of my concentration to keep from screwing up. One of the things I am trying to accomplish is removing the bedroom TV and the overhead TV in front of the coach. I have pulled enough unused coax to fly a kite at this point.
I finally have new coax run from our new OTA antenna to the Sony switch box and coax routed across the back of the overhead cabinets into the passenger "A" pillar and have it routed behind the dash. Next is to determine where the coax will enter the basement and get it pulled to the slide.
One of the things I am trying to figure out is how to route the coax so it can move out and back in with the kitchen slide. I can't use the collapsible "V" bar for routing because this is where I ran wire and flexible conduit for power to our TV and there isn't anymore room for the coax.
I am open to ideas for accomplishing this.
It's been a long day, I am heading to bed. I will check in the morning once I determine if the C02 sensor is working or not. For those who have checked in and offered opinions above, well, thank you. Good to know this color blind makeshift electrician has back up.