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Old 09-28-2020, 01:26 PM   #1
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Does anyone know which fuse is for the dash fans on a 2006 Fleetwood Southwind?
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Does anyone know which fuse is for the dash fans on a 2006 Fleetwood Southwind?
The battery control center has two gray circuit breakers at the bottom left corner. There is a small black reset button on the end of the circuit breaker. Push that in and you will be good to go.
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Hereís the BCC schematic ( and actual photo ) showing these circuit breakers mentioned in previous post , however thereís also a fuse for the dash fans in there as well. Iíve circled both in red.

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Thanks guys.
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the 15 amp fuse is good and the 2 reset buttons weren't needing reset. at a loss.
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We were a Fleetwood dealer. On most fan problems it was the circuit breaker. The second was water leaking into the fan and seizing the motor. It would be unusual for both to seize. I would take a small screwdriver and flip the fan blades to see if they spin easily. Last would be to remove the three screws and check for voltage on the wires. Make sure you have a good ground. If the ground has come loose that could be your problem.
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