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Old 06-20-2013, 12:29 AM   #1
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Pacifica docking light fuse

Does anyone know what the correct amp fuse is for my 2007 Pacifica for
the docking lights? It is located in the outside left front compartment. I bought the rig used and have blown this 10 amp fuse twice. I'm wondering
if it should be a heavier fuse?

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Old 06-20-2013, 04:40 AM   #2
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Should be some sort of diagram or doc for the sizes and amps of the fuses on the cover of if you have it and chassis and or owners manual. I would not go bigger till you know more.
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Also check the lights and bulb and wires that are accessible.
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Mike, I have the same MH and mine is 15amp.
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It sounds small for the lights 10 amp but like said above 15 is more like it.
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Ours is a 2007 pacifica and its 15 amp as well

Do you have the heat pump? Ours has the 2 ton AC/Heat pump mounted in the under carriage. I'm trying to figure out if there is an air filter to clean or replace? I don't have the owners manual
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Yes there is, very poor design. I have the 40c ,with the slide out out remove the 2 return air vents . You will find all the plumbing for the washer along with the slide out motor, chain & cable. The filter material was stapled down, in mine they ran the carpet over most of the return air opening. Like I said very poor design, the basement a/c does not cool the mh in 100 temps. I just added a roof top a/c unit. PM me if you have any other questions.. Ralph
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Thanks guys. I will install the 15 amp fuse. Our model is the QS40C. Our basement a/c return filter is in the bathroom down low on the back wall.
Our a/c is working hard to keep us cool when its above 90 but doing it. I can't see how it could get real cold if its a 100 outside.

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Thanks All I appreciate the filter responses. I will check these out.

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Thanks guys. I will install the 15 amp fuse. Our model is the QS40C. Our basement a/c return filter is in the bathroom down low on the back wall.
Our a/c is working hard to keep us cool when its above 90 but doing it. I can't see how it could get real cold if its a 100 outside.

Mike

Mike, I am real curious on the location of the return air filter. I think we have the same model QS40Cx, mine is a 2008 built in June on 2007. Any chance you could post a picture of the return air vent & filter size.
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Ralph, I'll post a pic when I can. If your sitting on the toilet the vent is at your knees. With a flash light I can see a filter behind the grate.
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Thanks Mike, I know the area just surprised that there is a filter down there. Not on mine, my filters are @ the bottom of the slide.
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