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Old 05-28-2022, 09:56 AM   #1
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Where does the power to the panel come from? I can find a fuse or breaker. There is no power coming to the panel that is outside the fridge. Thanks in advance.
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It will probably help if you give us the make and model of the fridge.
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Old 05-28-2022, 10:24 AM   #3
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I’m looking for where the power comes from the coach. The panel is blank on the fridge and there is no power going to the board in the outside panel from the coach.
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A friends 98 Monaco Diplomat , the 12 volt power to the fridge control board was fused at a small panel directly below the 120 volt circuit breakers in the bedroom . Base of a bedside table in a coach with no bedroom slide.

Is this a problem with a new to you coach ?
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Had it less than a year. It was working until now. I downloaded the service manual and the first thing it says to test is 12v to the board. It doesn’t have 12v.
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I found the bedroom panel. All fuses are good. The one labeled freezer does have a wire going to it or a fuse
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You probably have another 12 volt power distribution panel , in the compartment in front of the drivers side front wheel , the fuses there are usually for the front end of the coach , but worth a look .
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