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Old 01-13-2022, 03:57 PM   #1
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12 volt lights out in dining area slide out

2004 Bounder Fleetwood on Chevy Chassis 8.1 Vortex -

While changing a bulb and spring on the light it popped and short out all the lights in the dining area.

I checked the breakers and fuses in the dash & under the hood.

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Old 01-13-2022, 04:57 PM   #2
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I have 2006, and there is a fuse panel beside the 120/240 breaker panel in the bed frame. Maybe you have one there, also.
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Still looking for help here for this issue…please
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I replied to your other post that I have a 2006 and there is a fuse panel beside the 120/240 breaker panel in the bed frame. Maybe you have one there, also.
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No fuses in bed frame - circuit breaker in a cabinet in bedroom
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Old 01-13-2022, 05:11 PM   #6
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Is there a fuse panel near it? The fuse panel you have found is the chassis manufacturer's panel. The one not found is the coach builder's panel.
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Check in the bedroom,look for your converter there should be a panel on the converter that will open that should have your house fuses in it.Where ever you find your converter it houses your house fuses.
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As stated before, you have a 12VDC fuse panel inside the coach somewhere. Mine, for example, is located next to the AC circuit breaker panel.
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Thank you one and all I found the 12 VDC fuse panel - * note for other rookies is is behind a metal panel.
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Old 01-14-2022, 07:16 AM   #10
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Next to the beaker panel in bedroom in a cabinet
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Fuse panel

There’s a fuse panel in the bedroom on the side of the closet. Flat plastic cover. Just pop it off. That’s where all your 12v lighting fuses are
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Have a 2006 Southwind. Just put these in to replace the camper lights. Also did the ceiling fixture replacement.
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Why is causing the breaker popping?
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