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Old 10-26-2021, 02:53 PM   #1
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Request for Fuse Panel Info - Damon 34SS

Hello,

I have a 2010 Damon Daybreak 34SS on a Ford F53 chassis. My LPG sensor (near the floor under the stove) and the monitor panel switch to check the fluid and LPG levels are out (just the check levels switch, the water pump and heater switches work fine). Reading the wiring diagram in the manual, both appear to be connected to the house line designated "J" on the schematics. So I'm 99% sure I blew a fuse.

This coach has 3 fuse panels; one in the rear next to the bed (with the master breakers); another under the dash to the left of steering wheel, and a third in the engine compartment. Of course, none of them are labeled....

Does anyone have a copy of the fuse panel layouts for this coach? Anyone know which panel I should look to first?

I checked in with Thor and was told they don't have any info on my coach.

Thanks,

Al
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Old 10-26-2021, 07:57 PM   #2
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Well, I've figured out the problem and want to post here for anyone else that might run into it.
I had 2 blown fuses. A 15a in the back section buy the bed; and the 5a in the BCC to the BD relay.
My BCC is unlike anything else I've seen here. I saw the diagrams and went looking for the 5a BD relay and I couldn't find it on the BCC. On mine, it is actually on the top of the riser next to the solenoids. It was covered in grime and it just looked like part of the riser. Once I figured it out and replaced the 5a fuse, all good. Everything works.
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