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Old 06-18-2021, 05:15 PM   #1
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Fleetwood Pace Arrow awning power loss

Hi all. I have a 2016 Fleetwood Pace Arrow. Both my patio and door awnings have no power. Most likely a fuse but I've searched all over for the awning power fuse and can't find it. Looked at the 2 panels under the dash, panel by the inverter, panel by the house batteries, panel in the half bath, no luck unless I somehow overlooked it. Anyway if anyone knows where that fuse might be please let me know. Of course this happens on a weekend.
While I'm at it, does anyone know if the bay doors are adjustable? One of my doors sticks out on the bottom about a half inch or so. Thanks.
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I have no idea WHO installed mine but it's connected to the house batteries with a inline fuse.
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Old 06-18-2021, 06:03 PM   #3
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I don't see any inline
fuses near my batteries but thanks.
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Old 06-19-2021, 02:36 AM   #4
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Not sure where the fuse is but do you have a control box? See link. this is what I have. You can unplug the awning power cable (patio motor) from the box then use a 12 vdc power supply and connect the 2 wires from the power supply to the awning cable and operate the awning motor. You might need to reverse the 2 wires from the power supply to the awning cable to get the awning to reverse.
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Not sure where the fuse is but do you have a control box? See link. this is what I have. You can unplug the awning power cable (patio motor) from the box then use a 12 vdc power supply and connect the 2 wires from the power supply to the awning cable and operate the awning motor. You might need to reverse the 2 wires from the power supply to the awning cable to get the awning to reverse.
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Hi John. I do have that exact box. If I'm understanding you correctly that would be a temporary fix if I needed to get the awning retracted. First I'm looking for the fuse to see if that's the problem before moving on to more expensive solutions. Although that will tell me if the box is the problem but a fuse is still my first priority. Simplist first

I did remove that box and unplug then replug each wire to see if one may have been unseated. I didn't take the box apart as there didn't seem to be an easy way to do that and that's still lower on my list of troubleshooting then a fuse. I can't imagine there not being a fuse somewhere for that box and/or motor.

I can call Fleetwood Monday to find out if/where there is a fuse is no one here knows where it might be. Just wanted to use my awning this weekend and don't want to go through extensive troubleshooting if it's a simple fix.
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Yes my suggestion is for temp situation. A 12 vdc power supply is good to have for awnings, leveling jacks and slide outs if electric...on your control box is the POWER LED ON? If ON the control box has power. My coach has a fuse box inside the dog house under the dash where the power exists. Somebody in this group must know where the awning power box controller power is. Good Luck and keep us posted.
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No lights at all on the control box. Tried turning the wind sensor on and off to no avail, as well. I have 2 fuse boxes under that doghouse. None indicate awning control or power. I'll call Fleetwood Monday. They'll know where it is. Thanks for your help.
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