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Old 07-08-2017, 09:45 PM   #1
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1997 Dolphin 36' ( Electric Box ).

Is their anyone that has pictures of the various electric fuse boxes that are in my M.H.
I think that there is one more in my M.H. that I am not aware of as of right now I have one in the back bedroom and I was wondering if there is more then one fuse box in my R.V.
Any information will be greatly appreciated.
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Sounds like you're describing the House fuse box. It should have fuses for your furnace, water heater, interior lights, thermostat, water pump, etc.

There should also be a chassis fuse box. You didn't identify what chassis you have, but a front engine Ford or GM, (Workhorse) usually has one under the dash or under the hood. Under the hood it often is in a black plastic box with a lid, containing fuses and relays. Often the turn signal blinker is also there, sound might help track it down.
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Just to let you all know that (wonders do exist) My son found out where the fuse box for the Engine equipment was located.
It is up under the drivers side where you have to stand on your head to even see it.
O well now it will be fun just to fine out which fuse or fuses were blown.
I want to thank those who wanted to help.
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