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Old 09-09-2017, 07:12 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by AnnE View Post
New member as of earlier today. Need help!

This is not a reply, it is another question on the ceiling lights allover the trailer.

I own a 2010 FunLite that I really like. I appreciate the workmanship put into it. I believe that is the year it was made.

I decided to put the "Old Timer" in its forever home here on the farm.
It will make a very cute weekend Get Away for friends.
I hired a good person to run new heavy underground wire and install the electrical hookup.

Unfortunately, he didn't (really) understand RV trailer wiring... he put a 15 amp receptacle and expected that a "increaser" would bring it up to 30 amps...

Yep, not a good thing... so that played heck with all the electric in the Hilo.

I got the correct receptacle from an electric supply house with a little helpful friendly advice!

He installed it and thank God, all the electric came back on!

Except...for the little lights all over the ceiling in every area....
I attempted to locate the "Fuse Info" in this forum...

Well, lets just say, I'm just too dumb and old to find it.

So, anyone can help me find the fuse box I will VERY MUCH appreciate it!
Welcome to the forum, fellow Texan! Try looking at the bench seat of the dinning room table. It kinda looks like a metal panel over the wood. Do you know your model number? Also, look in the battery box for an inline fuse. Good luck!

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Old 09-09-2017, 08:05 PM   #12
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I just got my 84 Fun lite about a week ago and have done a lot of maintenance on the outside and lift system. I am just tacking the inside and all I have seen is the breaker box with the 4 breakers in them. Are there actual fuses in these things? If so where would I find such fuses

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Old 09-09-2017, 09:08 PM   #13
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Thank you!

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