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Old 04-01-2020, 03:24 PM   #1
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Awning fuse location (little help please)

07 Beaver Marquis I assume that there is a fuze for each awning motor. The awning over entry door is not working. I check all the locations I know of but never found one labeled "awning". Anyone know where they are located? Thanks in advance for any assistance.

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Old 04-01-2020, 03:30 PM   #2
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I'd start by checking for power on the backside of switch.....might not be a fuse....
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Try the passenger armrest for the fuse. Or maybe behind the tv. Neither makes sense. But who knows.
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Old 04-01-2020, 10:46 PM   #4
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Awning fuse location (little help please)

We have an 08 Marquis. All the relay panels and fuses for all the outside stuff...lights and awnings etc. ...are located on the front ceiling behind the upper clearance lights. We raise the TV up.....that 7 ft wide 7 inch tall decorative molding is ďremovableĒ. It is held in place by Velcro strips on the ends. There are two black sway straps that keep it from falling completely to the floor. I had no idea it was there. We met up with the original owner and he showed many things we did not know about. This was one item....Yahtzee!!!
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Thank you so much for advise on location of the removable panel above the TV. I would have never found it. Very helpful and much appreciated.

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Did you find the relays behind your TV?
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My door awning stopped functioning a year ago. I too have looked everywhere for a fuse, without success.

I donít have a front TV.

My passenger armrest has no switches for the awning, so I wouldnít expect a fuse there. Iíve looked in there due to my steps also failing to operate, and found a blown fuse for the step switch. Nothing related to the awning though.

Iíve given up and intend to find a competent RV tech to fix it, but I really hate doing that.
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My door awning stopped functioning a year ago. I too have looked everywhere for a fuse, without success.

I donít have a front TV.

My passenger armrest has no switches for the awning, so I wouldnít expect a fuse there. Iíve looked in there due to my steps also failing to operate, and found a blown fuse for the step switch. Nothing related to the awning though.

Iíve given up and intend to find a competent RV tech to fix it, but I really hate doing that.
If you're a DIY type, you can take a couple jumper wires and bypass the switch to check the awning motor.....if it moves out, then just switch the jumpers and the awning will close....
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You were exactly right. I removed the panel and two fuze blocks were there. I replaced fuze and she works. I never would have found it. Thank you so much for taking time to reply to my post. Very much appreciated.

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You were exactly right. I removed the panel and two fuze blocks were there. I replaced fuze and she works. I never would have found it. Thank you so much for taking time to reply to my post. Very much appreciated.



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Let me know if you have any other issues you need help with. We have sister rigs. Much of mine is the same thing you have. May be able to help if you have issues. Original owner of mine was a big help to me. If you do an FMCA rally, find Rhett Porter and thank him. He was the original owner. He is the VP of the FMCA.
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Thank you so much for invite to help. Very kind of you.
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