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Old 06-13-2014, 01:01 AM   #1
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Question Challenger monitor panel


I could use some help. I have not used my coach since April. When I went to take it out of storage, the battery was dead. Got a jump and charged the batteries-house and chassis. Now in checking I find the lights on the levels part of the monitor panel won't work. All other switches work-lights, pump, water heater, etc. Can anyone help me to isolate, locate, and fix this?

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Old 06-13-2014, 11:04 AM   #2
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I owned a 08 Challenger and currently a Damon now Thor Tuscany and have found that they hide in line fuses,and combined multi accessories on one fuse. I'm sure you have looked in all the obvious places. My fuse for these switches are located in the 12volt fuse panel in bedroom. If not there check under the dash or kick panels in drivers/pass area down by your feet on both sides. Then try under the hood on fire wall. If the fuses are good check the power source to switch panel. I know this help sounds like the obvious,but it's a process of alimentation. Don't give up looking. Good luck.

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I more thing since the batteries had to be jumped the coach disconnect switch may have tripped off. Mine was located in the entry door step well marked connect/ disconnect. Try re-pushing the connect . Andy.
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