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Old 05-13-2022, 07:00 AM   #1
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Fuses and breaker locations

I have a 1997 Covington LX Forest River and I have with a space heater blown a fuse and I cannot find the fuse box anywhere or the breakers or anything,
if anybody’s had this model and they could help me locate that that would be wonderful none of my plugs are working
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Old 05-13-2022, 11:55 AM   #2
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If you have a GFI in the coach, check to make sure it isn’t tripped.

Main breaker panels are typically found near where the shore power tether enters the coach. It’s either in the basement compartment accessed from the outside, or wall mounted inside of the coach. If wall mounted, it likely has a hinge cover that has to be opened to expose the breakers and coach side 12 volt fuses.

A coach that old - when you find the breaker panel, you need to be certain to disconnect all power to the coach, then remove any cover panels that block access to the breaker terminal wiring. Check all wiring connections for signs of overheating and repair as necessary.
Also check all wire terminations to assure they are tight.
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breaker, cat, fuse, fuses, location

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