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Old 02-07-2023, 11:31 PM   #1
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12v fuse diagram con"fusion"

As the title says I am having trouble determining what the diagram on my breaker panel cover is explaining on locations.

It goes to "ACC 1, 2, 3,..." after 1-6.

Very frustrating as I am not sure if this has been fused properly!

5 looks to have a line connected by PO (but Looks neat enough to be factory to me despite nothing from the factory diagram).

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I think a few more pictures would help. It is a bit confusing.

There is a row 1-12, and to the left of that I can see only odd numbers, 1,3,5 7, etc.

If you reduce the picture size (pixels), you should be able to post the picture directly without the water print on it.
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Take that label with a grain of salt and make this a DIY project. Turn everything on and remove fuses one at a time and make your own list of what each fuse controls. I did the list for the DC fuses and the AC circuit breakers as well.

On the AC side, it's good to know which outlets are controlled by the GFCI.
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Originally Posted by YC1 View Post
There is a row 1-12, and to the left of that I can see only odd numbers, 1,3,5 7, etc.

Those odd numbers are the circuit connections to the odd-numbered fuses - the connections to the even-numbered fuses are right next to the fuse.
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Looks like the 1-2-3 are actually 7,8,& 9 with 9 not currently used. 3&5 have wires but no fuses.

Some of the confusion is that the spade terminals are staggered, yet still inline with the fuses slots.
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Old 02-09-2023, 12:31 AM   #6
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Suspicion the "1 ACC 5a" goes to the MONITOR PANEL BY DOOR, or a LPG Alarm?

The reason #5 slot maybe empty is PO never used gas for water heater, so needed no DSI (spark igniter), or he converted to tankless electric?

TIP: If you make your own INDEX as some suggest, do it in pencil ON INDEX CARDS, then later, BLACK INK, AND YOU CAN LAY IT IN FUSE BOX COVER, and pickup to read more easily in dim lighting.
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