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Old 04-28-2011, 06:36 AM   #1
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Breaker or fuse location for bedroom

Hi Last night my wife tried to remove the bulb from the one of swing lamps above the bed on our 97 Windsor and it tripped something (breaker, fuse?)and all the lights in the bedroom went out. I looked at the breaker panel nothing tripped. I reset all the the GFI plugs, still no power to the bedroom. What and where else, should I check. Thanks
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You seem to have checked the most likely suspects. I don't know your coach so I'm afraid I can't be of much help as to your fuse locations, however I suggest you remove the light and find the cause. A wire might have come loose and shorted in the process of removing the bulb.
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Isn't that light a 12 volt bulb. If so it is not attached to an AC breaker or a GFI breaker. You need to find your 12 v domestic fuse box and check the fuses.
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Isn't that light a 12 volt bulb. If so it is not attached to an AC breaker or a GFI breaker. You need to find your 12 v domestic fuse box and check the fuses.
I'm not sure if that is a 12v bulb. Are all the bedroom floresent celing lights 12v because they all won't work now either.
Would it be the fuses between the driver and passenger seat, lower dash, or is there a house 12v fuse panel? I will check that tonight if so. I took a quick look this morn before work at the panel in the dash but didn't see anything marked interior lights.
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That fuse panel up forward should be for the chassis only. Somewhere else should be a domestic (house) 12 volt fuse panel. Mine is located in a cabinet in the bathroom. Mine is about 5" wide and 8" high and is black plastic
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That fuse panel up forward should be for the chassis only. Somewhere else should be a domestic (house) 12 volt fuse panel. Mine is located in a cabinet in the bathroom. Mine is about 5" wide and 8" high and is black plastic
Thanks Mike The search will begin tonight. I don't remember seeing any other fuse panels anywhere but will go hunting. Maybe in the inverter compartment or under the bed?
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