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Old 11-02-2013, 10:42 AM   #1
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Porch light/door handle fuse location? '05 Pace Arrow

I've been scratching my head on this one for awhile.

Porch light, door handle, and rear utility light all dead.

I've checked all of the fuses under the dash, and all of the fuses in the BCC, as well as the 12v fuses on the kitchen panel and under the hood.

Can't find this bugger anywhere!

Anyone else been through this and made it to the cheese?

2005 Pace Arrow 36D

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Old 11-02-2013, 08:17 PM   #2
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Jim,
On my Providence the fuses are located on inverter/charger outside cabinet. Specifically on the left wall right next to slide out circuit controller cards.
Hope this helps.

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A call to Fleetwood 800-322-8216 will get you your electrical ( 120 and 12v ) plumbing and furnace schematics.
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Old 11-04-2013, 04:36 AM   #4
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Good idea

Alex,
No fuses under my bed. I think our coaches are dramatically different when it comes to wiring and fuse panel location. Didn't hurt to look, though

Cliff,
I wasn't aware they were available. I'll give them a buzz as soon as they're open.

Thanks,

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Just spoke to Customer Service at Fleetwood. Great guy, great service.
Told me I had another fuse panel that I didn't know about...will check that next weekend.

He also emailed the schematics, plumbing, and a few other really nice-to-haves.

Thanks for the suggestion, Cliff.

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Old 11-05-2013, 04:30 PM   #6
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They put fuses on these things everywhere. Shortly after I got my MH, I found where all the fuse panels were located...four places. Then took photos, then made pen/paper diagrams. Now I search my diagrams and not on my hands and knees with a flashlight looking through four fuse panels.
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I also have a 36 D and I think you will find that fuse in the 12 volt house panel located in the 1/2 bath, in the lower cabinet under the sink.
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I also have a 36 D and I think you will find that fuse in the 12 volt house panel located in the 1/2 bath, in the lower cabinet under the sink.
Is that fuse panel hidden? I have a 120v panel in my 1/2 bath, but no 12v unless it's behind the sheet metal panel that covers the 120v panel.

I DO have a 12v panel near the floor, under my curio cabinet, but all of those checked good.

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The 12 volt house panel is in the cabnet on the outside wall. It has a black plastic cover. If you open the 1/2 door and look to the right (outside wall) it should be there. Atleast mine is. This 12 volt pannel has all of the lighting fuses in it and it should also have the water pump fuse in there.
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The 12 volt house panel is in the cabnet on the outside wall. It has a black plastic cover. If you open the 1/2 door and look to the right (outside wall) it should be there. Atleast mine is. This 12 volt pannel has all of the lighting fuses in it and it should also have the water pump fuse in there.
That was definitely changed between 2005 and your build.
Just checked again...I have no 12V panel in my bathroom, not even under the sink.
The 12V panel with my waterpump fuse is located under the cuiro cabinet in the kitchen. There is no fuse labeled "Lights"...but I've checked all of them anyway, and they all read good.

The mystery continues

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