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Old 05-25-2011, 05:55 PM   #1
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Fuse for 12 sockets on HR Admiral--where is it?

I am wondering if any HR Admiral owners know where to locate the fuse for the 12v sockets on the dash. My daughter stuck coins in one and shorted them out I'm guessing because both do not work now. I have the Workhorse and was able to consult the manual to locate the "lighter" fuse under the stearing column inside...replaced it and the socket still does not work. I pulled the dash cover away and tried to trace the wires to another fuse somewhere to no avail.
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I would start by checking under the hood or in the driver side front bay engine compartment. There should be a black fuses box with labels on the back. If you still have no luck you could also check the 12V fuse panel inside the coach next to your 110 breakers.
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Also check the 12v socket itself. Most 12v (lighter) sockets have a 10 amp fuse connected directly to the back of the socket. It looks like a tiny can attached to the rear stud of the socket.
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Thank you... I was able to find the blown fuse. It was labeled wrong but was in the driver side bay.
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