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Old 10-13-2013, 05:57 PM   #1
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Dash 12 volt receptacle no power

Working on a new to me 2008 HR vacationer XL, the dash 12 volt receptacle stopped working. I checked for an in-line fuse behind the panel and I also checked the front electrical distribution panel with no success. That particular circuit is not identified. If you have any ideas where this fuse might be located I would appreciate it.
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You could have a fuse blown that is not marked as dash receptacle. Sometimes Monaco would run some circuits off of other ones. If you are good with a VOM ( meter) you can run down the fuses without having to pull them. Also, I have seen one of the connectors vibrate off the back of the plug. Look behind and check those.
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You could have a fuse blown that is not marked as dash receptacle. Sometimes Monaco would run some circuits off of other ones. If you are good with a VOM ( meter) you can run down the fuses without having to pull them. Also, I have seen one of the connectors vibrate off the back of the plug. Look behind and check those. Chad
Thanks Chad, I did check the rear connections, they were all nice and tight. I will check the distribution panel again tomorrow.
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Hopefully your '08 is like our '04 - in the front left bay it's fuse #58 located in top row of fuses - second from left end....
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Hopefully your '08 is like our '04 - in the front left bay it's fuse #58 located in top row of fuses - second from left end....
Thanks for your help. That was the fuse. Must have shorted something while I was working on the voyager rear cam.
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