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Old 10-13-2018, 11:03 AM   #1
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Tecma toilet power supply circuit breaker location.

This is on a 2012 Monaco Knight 36PFT but I assume that all similar models of that time period will be the same. The Owner’s manual states the “The toilet uses a 40 Amp minibreaker located in the curbside battery compartment. Open the black box above the batteries to access the minibreaker.” Well I do not have a “Black box” but I do have a grey one with 12v fuses and the salesman switch relay, it’s not in there. I traced the wires and found that they were routed up the wall into the roof. The only 12v stuff in that direction is the 12v fuse panel above the driver’s seat. Nothing obvious on that panel so I removed the screws and pulled it out so I could look behind it. I dug around the wires in that enclosure and Bingo! I found it.
So if your toilet loses power this is where the breaker is. It was hard to take a picture, it’s not going to be easy to replace if it's ever needed.
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Congratulations on your scavenger hunt......

I understand RV MFGs having limited areas for running cables/wiring/plumbing etc BUT why in the HECK do they HIDE any fuse.....which sooner or later will need to be accessed
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