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Old 04-09-2014, 05:05 PM   #1
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Location CB2 reset lever, Generator/Jack pump

For my 1999 Dolphin, on the Battery Control Center (12V Distribution panel located in hold, in front of door coach door), on the lower left there is a marking, "CB2 reset lever located below generator and jack pump". Need some assistance in locating this reset lever. All ideas will be appriciated.
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Old 04-09-2014, 05:31 PM   #2
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Steven.....I'm making some assumptions that you are referring to the 150 amp circuit breaker for the jacks and the ginny. It is located on the back side of the 12V distribution panel on the lower right side. The reset lever, when it is tripped, drops down from the bottom of the breaker and must be pushed back up to reset it. You have to "feel" it with your hand. Rook
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Thank you Rook. Not sure what I'm looking for yet to tell you the truth. Seems that I have lost 12 V DC power to the coach. When I checked the BBC I noticed a burn mark where a capasitor used to be and trying to reset everything to normal so I can trace back and locate the problem. I've owned the coach for about 3 years and never thought of checking the BBC to see if the correct fuses where in place. The burn on the BBC caused me to check and found that some one before me had "over fused" the board (15 instead of 5, 30 instead of 20, etc). I suppose a lesson for us all when buying a used coach. I've included a photo of where the burn on the board is. Located on lower left bottem corner. To the lower right of the burn there are two wires in a multi wire clip that inserts into the board (just barely visable in picture) the left wire(of the two) is colored red/white stripe, and seams to have a burn mark on it. Once again any help is appreciated. Thank you again Rook, checked the lower right side of the board and can't feel anything that has dropped (may be goood thing), but I will check again. Nope, just checked and can not even feel where there may be a lever. Will have to get a mirror and check behind the board. Once again thanks in advance.
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After looking at your photo, my coach appears to have a different 12V Distribution Panel than yours.....here is mine... Rook

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Thanks again Rook. Checked out your wiring diagram and it is very similar to mine. Have attached a picture of the entire board. Hopefully I'll get some more ideas. If you check out the fuses that are in my board as compared to the diagram you sent me you will see that the board was over fused. I kick myself for not checking, but lessons learned.
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