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Old 09-18-2023, 10:51 AM   #1
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No power to fuse panel

2015 Coachman Pursuit 29SB. I have searched threads here in an effort to find the answer but to no avail. I have lost power to the fuse panel inside coach near drivers left foot. All fuses check good. There are 4 fuses linked as being powered by fuse or breaker somewhere else. Only that 4 are dead of the 20 on the panel.
Power comes from engine compartment but all fuses in that panel also check good. Coachman isnít exactly forthcoming with schematic. Jacks are currently down so taking to shop isnít an option. Thanks. Dean
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Old 09-18-2023, 11:33 AM   #2
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Sorry your first post is about problems .

Do you have info on the leveling jacks brand and series ?
Most have a manual retract method .

Are all the non function circuits Forest River installed ?
Are all Forest River installed circuits dead , or just the four fuses?
Are the dead fuses powered from the coach battery bank ?
Within 3' of the battery positive post there should be a master fuse or 12 volt circuit breaker , so follow the cable and look for a fuse or breaker that looks like one of these two .
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Which four fuses are dead on that panel?
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Which four fuses are dead on that panel?

The 4 on right side of panel labeled IGN (chassis). Mirror SWT, Mirror Pwr, Level Jacks, Drive Lts. I would include a pic but havenít figured out how.
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All fuses are good. Buss transfer is good. Will check tomorrow for fuse link from battery.
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2015 Coachman Pursuit 29SB. I have searched threads here in an effort to find the answer but to no avail. I have lost power to the fuse panel inside coach near drivers left foot. All fuses check good. There are 4 fuses linked as being powered by fuse or breaker somewhere else. Only that 4 are dead of the 20 on the panel.
Power comes from engine compartment but all fuses in that panel also check good. Coachman isnít exactly forthcoming with schematic. Jacks are currently down so taking to shop isnít an option. Thanks. Dean
After some support from Coachman I was able to narrow down the issue. It was fuse #16 in the Ford installed panel feeding the right half of the Coachman installed fuse panel.
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