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Old 06-18-2022, 09:49 PM   #1
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Lightbulb 1997 Holiday Rambler Endeavor LE

I have a blown fuse for the fresh water pump. I replaced the pump because of the age. I have read many posts on this. No inline fuse after the pump. Wires go into the wall. No fuse in any of the cubbies where fuses are. No Black boxes in the water area and water tank area where I found the pump. No breakers found marked or unmarked and tripped. My fuse box and breakers are in the hallway near the floor. No problems at the switches except no power. I have a wiring diagram but it isn`t accurate. I would appreciate any help out there. John T.
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Somewhere I read that in some Holiday Rambler models in that era have a 10 amp fuse in the master bath behind a panel somewhere --sorry I can't be more specific as to the location-- and it will be marked "monitor panel." See if you can find that and if so, replace that fuse.
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Found the fuse Thank You and it was ok. Now I have to find the water pump control module which is suppose to be near the pump. Canít find it?
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Old 06-27-2022, 03:57 PM   #4
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Water Pump controller found

The reason I couldn`t find it was it was wired to a Radio outlet and was defective.
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