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Old 08-29-2017, 06:17 PM   #1
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Refrigerator power

I just purchased a 2008 Monaco Diplomat 40SFT and refrigerator didn't work. I went through the board rest procedure but had to get my 12 V DC from another source. I can not find where the 12 V DC comes from looked at all fuse boxes but nothing labeled refrigerator. Can anyone tell me where the power comes from. Looks to be a blue wire as hot and a white wire for ground that disappear into unit.
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Look in the Front Distribution Panel. It's a black box inside the outside-accessed bay that's under the driver's left foot. Should be fuse 67. It's on the unswitched house battery bus, along with the LP detector, radio memory, and a couple other things (depends on the coach model and options). I've circled the fuse in purple in the attached GIF file.
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