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Old 11-28-2022, 04:24 PM   #1
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HELP! Cannot find the water pump fuse for 2017 bounder 35k!

Water pump went bad, bought a new one to replace, but there is no power to the water pump and I have no clue where the fuse is for the water pump, the owners manual is not help either? Any ideas? Thank you much in advance!
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My fuse is inline on the (+) leg right by the pump. Yellow holder.

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My Bounder ( 08 35E) had a small fuse box on the bedroom wall. That fuse was there.

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Old 11-28-2022, 04:37 PM   #4
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I looked but did not see one in line. I will look again.
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My Bounder ( 08 35E) had a small fuse box on the bedroom wall. That fuse was there.

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Man I looked everywhere! I cannot find a simple fuse box anywhere? Appreciate the reply!!!
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Don’t know if this is helpful, but I had a ‘22 Bounder 35k and the fuse panel was in the bedroom lower cabinet. Sitting on the end of the bed, it was to the right and down by the floor.
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Donít know if this is helpful, but I had a Ď22 Bounder 35k and the fuse panel was in the bedroom lower cabinet. Sitting on the end of the bed, it was to the right and down by the floor.
Thanks! Pretty sure I looked there but I will look again!
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Thanks! Pretty sure I looked there but I will look again!
Actually, that is the regular fuse panel with the switch fuses, I assume Iím looking for one like a 10amp old style fuse?
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Thanks! Pretty sure I looked there but I will look again!
Sorry, now that I think about it more, the lower cabinet had the breaker box and the upper wardrobe cabinet had the fuse panel. I think it was one of the newer fuse panels because the only labels on each fuse were number identifications (I.e., F1, F2 etc.) and you had to cycle through a small digital display to determine what each fuse was for.
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Sorry, now that I think about it more, the lower cabinet had the breaker box and the upper wardrobe cabinet had the fuse panel. I think it was one of the newer fuse panels because the only labels on each fuse were number identifications (I.e., F1, F2 etc.) and you had to cycle through a small digital display to determine what each fuse was for.
Thanks! I thought I looked there, but Iíll check again. Would it be a part of the illuminex panel thatís behind the TV in the bedroom? I thought that was all for the lights and everything? But maybe itís more? Iíll look into that more too. Thanks again for all the support!
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You should have a Multiplex panel behind the tv in the bedroom. That's where most of the fuses are for the 12v house system. Fuse 41 is for the water pump.
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What computerguy said.
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Old 11-28-2022, 08:39 PM   #13
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You should have a Multiplex panel behind the tv in the bedroom. That's where most of the fuses are for the 12v house system. Fuse 41 is for the water pump.
Omg you guys are SO FREAKING AWESOME!!! I thought that panel was only for the lighting system, but you are CORRECT!! The fuse for the water pump is in there as well. Replaced the fuse and everything works!! I cannot thank you all so much. Itís getting ready to freeze here and without this being fixed I would have been hosed!! THANK YOU!
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Omg ....I would have been hosed!! THANK YOU!
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