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Old 05-04-2023, 01:34 PM   #1
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Bounder Classic Inside Lights Issue

Hi, my name is Sonny, I am looking for problem solving on my inside lights on my 2012 Bounder Classic. There are 2 row of spot lights going down middle of rig towards rear. One row are out along with under cabinet lights on the passenger side only. Been reading about pulling fuse by fuse but which panel? top of dash, under dash, engine compartment, breaker compartment under fridge? My Fleetwood manual is very vague and not very helpful.
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Hi Sonny! Welcome to IRV2! Were sure glad you joined the gang here!

Have both rows of lights been turning on with the same switch? If so, there may be a loose connection at one end of the connecting wire between the two rows. Sometimes the production folks don't twist the wire nuts tight enough when building the RV, and the connection can work loose over time as the wire vibrates during travel.

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Try the fuses under your fridge, I believe the same location as your AC breakers...
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