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Old 01-08-2020, 08:04 PM   #1
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DC power to Dometic AC unit that controls 5 botton controler

My friends 1999 Monaco signature series lost 12 volt power to both 5 button AC controllers, 12volt power comes up to all AC units , and there is none! where is fuse for that??
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My coach has the a/c fuse panel in the top cabinet in the back of the bedroom on the passenger side outside wall.
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The DC power source goes to the A/C unit on the roof, then to the 5-button thermostat through the flat telephone cable. There's probably a fuse on the control board in the A/C unit.
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My coach has the a/c fuse panel in the top cabinet in the back of the bedroom on the passenger side outside wall.
OP is looking for a D/C fuse.
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Old 01-09-2020, 09:16 AM   #5
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Thanks he found it, Yes in rear DC fuse panel
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