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Old 10-12-2021, 10:30 AM   #1
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Driver's seat won't work.

My driver seat won't move. Can't seem to find a fuze anywhere. Any tips would be helpful. 2006 Monaco Camelot 40PAQ. Thanks.
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My seat has a plug that provides power to the seat. Have accidentally unplugged both drivers and passenger seat. Wire is fed up through the floor and has a male/female type plug.


Both drivers and passenger seats on my coach don't have a fuse but a circuit breaker.
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My seat has a plug that provides power to the seat. Have accidentally unplugged both drivers and passenger seat. Wire is fed up through the floor and has a male/female type plug.
Both drivers and passenger seats on my coach don't have a fuse but a circuit breaker.
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If seat is rotated too much or in the wrong direction, this plug can become unplugged
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I had a similar problem from the passenger seat being turned around. The plug was still connected but one of the wires pulled out of the connector. Looking at it everything seemed fine.
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Thanks, next time I'm in the Coach I'll check this out.
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Also had my passenger seat unplug when turning seat around. Plug is hidden in wire wrap.
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Yup, that male/female connector is probably the culprit!
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i agree i've had the something happen when turning the seat around, hope it's that simple
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Might also try pulling the seat's wire connector apart and reconnecting. This happened to our driver's seat and it worked after doing it twice. Same thing on the patio awning, unplugged/reconnected the outside connector - good to go...it's magical.
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There are fuses for both seats in the front run bay (big square fuse box).

That said, I've had the plugs "unplug" and also a wire pull out of the connector.
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Had that happen when somebody turned off the salesman switch.

Mine is powered from the house batteries.
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