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Old 10-21-2018, 01:53 AM   #15
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OP said his house batteries are in front of the windshield, his chassis batteries are near his engine in the rear. Are 'trucker's jumper cables' 30+ feet long?
I believe a heavy duty trucker's cable is about 20-25'.

Okay, so hook them together (red and black). The concept is the part to embrace, not the obstacles.

OP did manage to find the fuse and solve his problem - other than needing to replace a few batteries.

I would suspect that he also could have used a wrench and moved the batteries closer - but again, it's the concept that can be elusive at times.
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We have a 1999 Georgie boy Cruisemaster. Had similar issues last year. Traced it to a fuse up front. About middle of windshield is a black plastic cover with one screw under the front bonnet. The top fuse had blown. They each have a wire on both sides of the fuse that attaches to a stud on the fuse. You wouldn't think they were fuses by looking at them. Cruisemaster had a habit of having strange fuses in obscure places. But we love our coach!
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We have a 1999 Georgie boy Cruisemaster. Had similar issues last year. Traced it to a fuse up front. About middle of windshield is a black plastic cover with one screw under the front bonnet. The top fuse had blown. They each have a wire on both sides of the fuse that attaches to a stud on the fuse. You wouldn't think they were fuses by looking at them. Cruisemaster had a habit of having strange fuses in obscure places. But we love our coach!



Interesting!
I don't recall seeing a black cover on my 2001 , but I agree they are in some random places. I'm glad you replied because I still haven't made any headway, as I haven't thought of any new ideas or places to check.
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We have a 1999 Georgie boy Cruisemaster. Had similar issues last year. Traced it to a fuse up front. About middle of windshield is a black plastic cover with one screw under the front bonnet. The top fuse had blown. They each have a wire on both sides of the fuse that attaches to a stud on the fuse. You wouldn't think they were fuses by looking at them. Cruisemaster had a habit of having strange fuses in obscure places. But we love our coach!



Is this the black cover you were referring to? If so I've seen it but not sure where to look...
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