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Old 11-29-2022, 03:26 PM   #1
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Do I need these missing ones? Also is this bad

Please help lol are these okay to be missing
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Old 11-29-2022, 03:38 PM   #2
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I have fuses and at least one relay missing on my panels in my front drivers side run bay. There is a label with the list of fuses, the ones that are empty are marked reserved.

Not uncommon
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A little more info will go a long way in getting usable answers. Pictures are great, but it really helps to know a little more about what we are helping you work on. Good information to post is the RV type, maker, model, what components, and where it is located.


Photo number 4, I think you are asking about the missing resister, which should be ok, just wasn't used in this application from the appearance of the soldering points.



As far as the missing fuses, does everything work? If everything works then the missing fuses were probably never used.


Post more info, help us help you.
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Old 11-29-2022, 03:49 PM   #4
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That looks to be a "Battery Control Center" (BCC), made by RV Custom Products. It may be the model 111979. RVCP makes many models of BCC. Please confirm this model number by looking for it on the circuit board.

Here's a link to model 111979 at RVCP's Web site. That page has links to documents, including a troubleshooting guide.
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No idea what you are asking.
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So is everything working ok?
Good luck and keep us posted
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As mentioned, missing fuses is not uncommon, I have at least six on my fuse panel.

Is the discolored area in the yellow box your area of concern?
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