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Old 03-21-2016, 07:51 PM   #1
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No 12 volt DC voltage

I have a 1998 Monaco Diplomat I lost all my 12 volt house power while trying to turn on my furnace it tryed 2 or three times to come on. blower came on it lite than went off. I think a circuit breaker was resetting then it quit. I also have no 12 volt power to my rear distribution fuse panel next to the bed. I have been told to check the salesman switch and it should be by the front door. Mine has no switch by the front door it does have 3 switches porch light,step and lights I have not found a solinoid in the LF panel under the motorhome any ideas where to look for the breaker or salesman switch
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Old 03-21-2016, 07:59 PM   #2
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The salesman solenoid will be located fairly close to your house battery bank. Mine is located in the rear electrical compartment which is adjacent to my battery bank.

The is a large fuse for the 12 volt circuit, probably 200 or 300 amp, mine is 300 amp.

On my coach there is also a Klixon autoreset circuit breaker.
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