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Old 09-23-2021, 07:11 PM   #1
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Help finding fuse panel that controls seats.

New diesel pusher owner I spun my drivers seat around messing around found out I pulled wire out of seat no big deal right well I scraped wires and blew a fuse.. when I plugged it back in itís not working and I donít ha e any pu lower to switch. We have determined itís a blown fuse just canít find it.
2000 odesa Laredo 41 I canít find fuse panel that controls seats. Any help would be appreciated. I have check fuses under unit on driver side second compartment. Canít find another fuse panel that co trials anything for dash or that area. Please help
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Old 09-23-2021, 10:52 PM   #2
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Welcome to iRV2.

I do hope a member with knowledge of your unit comes along to help out .

Only thing I could say is keep looking , on my 99 Newmar I've found fuses in 10 different locations , and after 11 years of owning the coach , I'm still not sure that I've found them all .
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Old 09-24-2021, 06:44 AM   #3
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A lot of coaches power seats have re-settable thermal fuses, they look like small metal rectangle cans , a dead short may have killed it. On my Monaco many are in rows under small positive bus bars.
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Old 09-24-2021, 06:56 AM   #4
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Quote from a 2011 post regarding fuses location for a 99' Odessa Overland:

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Fuse List Under Hood:
Ignition Power
10A Dash fan
10A Docking Lts
10A Mirrors
5A Power step
10A Vacuum pump
15A Rear Aux Heater
15A AC Condenser fan
5A Slide out relay
15A BVG MATE (OSPREY)

Constant Power Battery:
15A Map Lts/lighter
15A Emergency Start/fog lts
15A TV Antenna Booster
15A Spot light
15A/DB Power Seat
15A Radio
15A/CB Solar panel or prep
15A/CB GEN SLIDE (OSPREY)

Can anyone tell me where the 120 volt plug for the refrigerator is located?
It seems that the fuse is located in panel under the hood. See full thread here:

https://www.irv2.com/forums/f258/ode...nd-110557.html
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Fuse for our seats are under the seat
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Fuse for our seats are under the seat
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