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Old 07-13-2021, 08:18 PM   #1
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2000 Georgie Boy Laundau- Rear AC blown fuse?

So a few years ago, I was hooked up to shore power- with the rear AC running.

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I was replacing the light bulbs by the rear queen bed nightstand from incandescent bulbs to LED... I must have had the wrong blade /bulb type, because as I went to twist the bulb, I seen a small arc... but the crazy thing is- the rear AC quit working too.... now the furnace no longer works either.

Im pretty sure that I just have a blown fuse, but when I check the 12v panel, all the fuses are good.

Does someone have wiring diagram? I.e. Is there an inline fuse that Im not aware of?

Any idea why my clumsy shorting in the light fixture would knock out AC and furnace?

Your thoughts are appreciated. 2000 Georgie Boy Landau wiring diagram would be super helpful too!
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First off, Welcome to IRV2!

Your A/C and furnace thermostat requires 12v to work. If you blew a circuit that includes the thermostat, then that would account for neither one working.
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