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Old 05-14-2015, 07:39 PM   #1
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Electrical issue on common items

The power step cover, power visors, radio, dash fans stoped working. First radio then the fans now the step cover and visors. Please help it looks like all of these items are in the same bus bar thats fed by a ground? Im not an electrician but can figure stuff out. It's a 2001 monaco dynasty regent 40.
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The first place I would look is in the front run bay at the power /fuse section. There may be a loose power connection at one of the studs. See it the effected sytems fuses and near each other and are getting power. Trace the big power source cable.
It could also be the ground bar behind the dash but that is much harder to get to, besides I doubt the step cover is grounded there, the firewall ground bar would make more sense.
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These are all 12 volt items right? How about your back-up camera? Might wanna check your house batteries. This happened to our 99 HR once.
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Let us know what you find. We now have a 2001 Monaco Dynasty Regent 40 with tag axle also. Any and all helpful advise is welcomed.
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It was the domestic power silinoid located on the right of the engine compartment there are two in there the botom one is out. Started at the batteries then the cut off switches this was next then to fuse panel on front of coach. Jumped it with a clip wire and all worked.
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It was the domestic power silinoid located on the right of the engine compartment there are two in there the botom one is out. Started at the batteries then the cut off switches this was next then to fuse panel on front of coach. Jumped it with a clip wire and all worked.

Ok, but have you checked to see if there is control voltage on the small terminals? Could be a blown fuse. Most likely the solenoid though but worth checking with a test light or voltmeter.
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