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Old 11-25-2017, 02:34 PM   #1
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Trying to figure out fuse box. Placement of what fuse and relay goes to what? Interested in a manual for the RV as well. Pretty green at this RV thing!! Cab heater is not getting power? Any ideas?
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Old 11-30-2017, 06:41 PM   #2
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Good luck on a manual that shows fuse box labels, they're pretty rare, especially in a 17-year-old unit. You could turn everything on then pull one fuse at a time to see what loses power. By cab heat I guess you're talking about the dashboard HVAC controls? The fan runs for A/C and heat. Often the dash fan switch works on some speeds, not others, which is an indication that the resistor pack has some burnt out resistor coils. This coil pack is usually installed in the wall of the plenum so the fan cools the resistor coils. A screw or two should allow it's removal. The connector with multiple wires also is a place to jumper direct 12v to test the motor. If the fan motor is bad, take it out and take to an auto parts store and they can most likely match a replacement motor.

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