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Old 01-12-2020, 07:25 AM   #267
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Just purchased a used 34ft pace arrow this fall. Can someone tell me where to locate gas furnace access
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Barbara, look outside adjacent to your furnace. There should be an access panel with vent louvers in it. Twist fasteners and remove panel to observe furnace. Hope this helps.
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Old 01-29-2020, 12:00 AM   #268
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Dave, I too have an older Pace Arrow (1993) that has some electrical problems. I can't find any information on the electrical wiring anywhere. If it's not too much problem for you, would I be able to get your wiring information? I understand your Pace Arrow is a 1997 but it might help me . Thanks
I also have a 93 Pace Arrow (DP), and recommend you go check out the following right here on iRV2:

Find the tab on the home page entitled FILES under iRV2 Forums and click on it, next scroll down and then click on MANUALS, then scroll down and click 93 PACE ARROW DIESEL 36 FT, then download the entire electrical schematics manual...

There is also similar information under the ELECTRICAL section for 1994 Pace Arrow.

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Old 02-06-2020, 09:28 PM   #269
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Hey guys just purchased 2004 pace arrow with 3 slide outs. Anyone know where the battery disconnect is located for the slide outs?


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Old 02-07-2020, 03:24 AM   #270
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Hey guys just purchased 2004 pace arrow with 3 slide outs. Anyone know where the battery disconnect is located for the slide outs?


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I have a 2000 Pace Arrow with two slide outs my batteries are under the steps
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Old 02-07-2020, 04:02 AM   #271
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The switch on my 06 is on the left side wall inside the compartment above the side entrance door

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Just to clarify these are the chassis and aux switches to disconnect the batteries for those systems.
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Old 02-07-2020, 08:16 AM   #272
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Hey guys just purchased 2004 pace arrow with 3 slide outs. Anyone know where the battery disconnect is located for the slide outs?


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If you are looking for a specific switch for the slides, I'm not sure there is one. Look for a fuse instead, probably under the hood. Why are you looking to isolate the slides?
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I have a Pace Arrow 36u with the articulating bed. The switch beside the bed stopped working and I cannot get the bed to go down or up. I donít even know where the fuse box is located or the breaker for it. It is not listed anywhere in the owners manual. Help !
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If you are looking for a specific switch for the slides, I'm not sure there is one. Look for a fuse instead, probably under the hood. Why are you looking to isolate the slides?
Iím not looking to isolate Iím just having an issue understanding why the fuse box (for power gear slide outs) is not getting any juice. Was thinking there was a disconnect somewhere?
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I have a Pace Arrow 36u with the articulating bed. The switch beside the bed stopped working and I cannot get the bed to go down or up. I donít even know where the fuse box is located or the breaker for it. It is not listed anywhere in the owners manual. Help !


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Itís the small square the cover snaps off. In older models itís rumored to be behind the TV in the bedroom. I had to email Fleetwood to find ours. Let us know how you fix your bed, Iím always afraid thatís going to happen
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Old 02-09-2020, 09:31 AM   #276
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Iím not looking to isolate Iím just having an issue understanding why the fuse box (for power gear slide outs) is not getting any juice. Was thinking there was a disconnect somewhere?
Oh. Well, I would first check the house battery disconnect. On my 99 it is located above the door in a panel housing disconnect for truck and one for house. Also forward slide control is here. If this switch is ok then go to fuse box and work toward batteries. If you have power to other areas of coach your problem is most likely between fuse and disconnect. Without a schematic (or even with one) long test leads can be you friend locating the breakdown. I carry leads long enough to reach end to end for my 36 footer. Over the years they have been very handy and worth the aggravation of uncoiling and recoiling for storage.
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Can anyone make sense of this.

The first picture is a picture of the slide out controllers. NOT GETTING ANY POWER. Anyone know why?


The second picture is the fuse box right next to it. All has power except everything on the Right side.


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I am new to RVing. I have a problem I replaced my house batteries and they are not being recharged from the converter. I checked the converter and it put out the right voltage. Is there something am missing. Also, the coach battery will not hold a charge that's a new battery. Does anyone know how to check what is draining my coach battery and why my house batteries are not charging? I appreciate any help anyone can give me thanks
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Old 02-10-2020, 11:18 PM   #279
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Any chance you missed one of the wires (from the inverter) to the house batteries? It might have fallen down beside the battery area (is there a sliding tray?) out of plain sight.
As for the coach battery, how long does it take to discharge? Light left on in a storage compartment or under the hood? Not sure without checking a wiring diagram what all is on the coach battery besides engine, exterior (and dash) lights and radio... Turn off the coach battery disconnect switch for a while and see if it still discharges.
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Old 03-24-2020, 10:31 AM   #280
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Never use the ice maker and want to remove from the Dometic fridge from my 2007 Pace Arrow. There seems to be one screw underneath. Is that all I need to remove?
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