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Old 09-01-2017, 08:51 AM   #1
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In the process of cleaning up some of the PO's woring and can't figure out what the attached pictured electrical panel/control is for. In keeping with an established RV manufacturing tradition, it is conveniently not mentioned in the owners manual, any schematic or the Power Gear Jacks manual that I can find and I suspect it has something to do with controlling the jacks. It is mounted to the left of the brake pedal on the firewall. The wire with the inline fuse powers the fog lights installed by the PO. Everything in the MH works, just would like to know what that part is in the event of a failure. 2006 National Sea Breeze, 2006F53 chassis. Thanks, Steve
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This is just a guess, but it looks like a simple fuse block to me. The smaller square under it look like a relay.
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I agree with DeWat-- some kind of D.C. Sub panel. Hard to see if that relay is electrically connected to the sub-panel.
Try pulling those D.C. fuses, one at a time. See what doesn't work.
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In the process of cleaning up some of the PO's woring and can't figure out what the attached pictured electrical panel/control is for. In keeping with an established RV manufacturing tradition, it is conveniently not mentioned in the owners manual, any schematic or the Power Gear Jacks manual that I can find and I suspect it has something to do with controlling the jacks. It is mounted to the left of the brake pedal on the firewall. The wire with the inline fuse powers the fog lights installed by the PO. Everything in the MH works, just would like to know what that part is in the event of a failure. 2006 National Sea Breeze, 2006F53 chassis. Thanks, Steve
post the picture over on the National owners forum. Someone with a similar rv might have the same thing.
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