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Old 05-02-2014, 11:20 PM   #1
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08 Bounder 38P 12v fuse

I was changing out my batwing amplifier to a newer model and lost 12v to it does anyone have knowledge where the fuse may be? I have 4 12v fuse boxes in my MH and have pulled and checked every low amp fuse in each one. Maybe a resettable one? Or something I have overlooked?
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I'm assuming a batwing is an antenna and you have lost 12v to the amp. Not sure on yours, but ours has an inline fuse.
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Thought I would let you know I found the fuse. If I would have pulled the wires out a little further I would have seen it.
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Thought I would let you know I found the fuse. If I would have pulled the wires out a little further I would have seen it.
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Thanks for the update, Stan. That info might help another RVer sometime. Glad you got it fixed!
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