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Old 08-25-2007, 11:08 AM   #1
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I have a 2001 Discovery 38D. The fuse for the luggage lights is blown and I can't find it to save my life. Does anyone know where it is located? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Jim
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I have a 2001 Discovery 38D. The fuse for the luggage lights is blown and I can't find it to save my life. Does anyone know where it is located? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Jim
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Old 08-26-2007, 06:45 AM   #3
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Hi jjudd28146,
I can not help you with where the fuse is. However, this is a possibility you may not have looked at. Many coaches have a master switch that provides power to all the lights. This allows the coach owner to turn the lights off/on from inside the coach and in each compartment. If this switch is off, none of the basement compartment lights will come on. Don't know if this could be a quick fix, but I'd feel bad if I didn't mention this and you posted that was the problem.
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Thanks, but everything else works. I had a wire pinched in one of the luggage lights. I don't know why they hide these things. Will try callinf Fleetwood Monday. Thanks again, Jim
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IN REGARD TO THE 12V fuse panel, on mine it is in the bedroom directly behind the 120 breakers. You have to remove an access cover there that gives you access to the 12v fuse panel.

My 2002 Fleetwood has a master switch for luggage comppartments on theleft side of the stair case as you enter the RV. IF this switch is toggled to the of position none of the luggage lamps get 12v power. ALSO, my rear utility compartment has a master on/off switch just to the left of the steering wheel (next to the fog lights switch) that when toggled to the off position kills the 12v power to just the utility closet.
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Thanks for everyones input. I called my dealer and found the fuse in the box located next to the inverter. Thanks James
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