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Old 10-14-2020, 11:34 AM   #1
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Revolution fuses

We have 2004 revolution 38B and the 12v interior lights on the passenger side including the map light, overhead light, patio light and awning motor have all gone out and I can not find a fuse for those items. I looked under the drivers side outside cabinet, those all look good, end of the bed fuses, none said they were for the awning and they look fine. We have the awning extended and need to retract it and would like to get the lights working again.
Can anyone help with the location or a schematic for the 38B model?
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Check the fuses under the bed. On my 03 Revolution 40C, the Living Area Power fuse runs all the items you listed as not working on your coach.

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I have checked the fuses at the end of the bed, there is no blown fuses and none are labeled awning.
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I don't know this, but Mr. Dave said under the bed. Maybe if you look under the bed, you will find some more?
Our 05 has fuses in strange places.
Or maybe Mr. Dave will elaborate what he means :-)
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We have 2004 revolution 38B and the 12v interior lights on the passenger side including the map light, overhead light, patio light and awning motor have all gone out and I can not find a fuse for those items. I looked under the drivers side outside cabinet, those all look good, end of the bed fuses, none said they were for the awning and they look fine. We have the awning extended and need to retract it and would like to get the lights working again.

Can anyone help with the location or a schematic for the 38B model?

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Everything that went out sounds like itís on the chassis batteries and none of the items should be on the same circuit. You say fuses look good how did you check by looking or a voltage meter?
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I checked them by pulling each fuse out and checking it. It is curious that the awning and lights both dont work but they are all in the passenger front corner of the coach. The other lights on the drivers side and rear are working. The coach is plugged into shore power and the inverter breakers are on.
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I checked them by pulling each fuse out and checking it. It is curious that the awning and lights both dont work but they are all in the passenger front corner of the coach. The other lights on the drivers side and rear are working. The coach is plugged into shore power and the inverter breakers are on.


Check for voltage on each side of fuses to make sure you have voltage at fuse.
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I do not know of the fuse location exactly where you have no power, but on my 06 Revolution the fuse for things like my entry hatch is in the front compartment drivers side behind a removable panel.There are some glass fuses as well.
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I do not know of the fuse location exactly where you have no power, but on my 06 Revolution the fuse for things like my entry hatch is in the front compartment drivers side behind a removable panel.There are some glass fuses as well.


Mine also way to many to pull, you can check them all in just a few minutes with a voltage tester check both sides of fuses.
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Sorry not any help with the fuses. However if you need to get the awning in, if you get 12v power to the 2 silver "buttons" under the awning head you can retract the awning. I cut the ends off a old extension cord to use for jumper wire. Sorry about the bad picture but you get the idea.
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Hi. New to irV2, but long time lurker. I just joined because I wanted to post, what may be, some help with your fuse issue. Somewhere on this site, in another thread (which I now cant find) a member indicated that there is a fuse (3 amp I think) built into one of the switches at the door panel, that, if blown, affects power to several items controlled by that panel. Hope this might be of some help. Needle.
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Was this problem resolved??? I shorted out the "Porch" light while replacing and now can't find the fuse that protected it... will look for the 3 amp fuse in the entry switch area next
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Was this problem resolved??? I shorted out the "Porch" light while replacing and now can't find the fuse that protected it... will look for the 3 amp fuse in the entry switch area next


It should be in you main 12 volt fuse panel in your front drivers side bay behind plywood.
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It should be in you main 12 volt fuse panel in your front drivers side bay behind plywood.
Thanks.. already checked all of the fuses with a voltmeter in that bay as well as the two 12 volt panels in the bedroom.. I also looked at the fuse panel in the battery compartment... no joy so far... two of the switches in the entry are not working..one for the outside lights (front porch light, entry handle light and drivers side porch light) the second switch controls the pass side interior ceiling fixture.
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