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Old 01-31-2012, 09:53 PM   #1
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no power to front tv recepticles

can anyone tell me where the fuse or breaker for the front tv recepticle is located on a 2005 damon 350 intruder
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Old 01-31-2012, 10:10 PM   #2
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Do you have an inverter? If so, check to see if the breaker on it needs to be reset.
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thanks i will check it
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Also it probably has a safety feature that deactivates the outlet when the ignition key is on.
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Also it probably has a safety feature that deactivates the outlet when the ignition key is on.
Exactly, our DSDP's have had this, I removed the fuse so it can work all the time even though it's never on when we travel.
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Just this week I had a problem with power to the front GFCI. The plug was getting no power supplied to it. I checked everything..... tripped breakers, went through all the underneath bins thinking there must be another GFCI popped somewhere. My better half found a thread on RV.net about loss of power to GFCI. I never knew, nor would I have found the tripped plunger-type breaker on the side of the inverter if not for that thread. So check the inverter. Mine on our Bounder is in the bin where the A/C power cord feeds. The breakers are on the lower left side near the back of the inverter. Who knew????
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