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Old 01-12-2015, 09:08 AM   #11
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Look behind a kitchen cabinet door close to the floor, ours is below the microwave oven. I need to put my head next to the floor to see it.
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Old 01-12-2015, 07:45 PM   #12
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Hi, my mom and I are traveling in her trailer, and our electrical outlets don't seem to be working anymore. We think it might be a fuse, but aren't sure where the fuse box is. We've searched about everywhere. The user manual says that it is in a lower cabinet. Any help would be much appreciated!

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As stated before the fuse/ circuit breaker panel could be located anywhere. Usually near the floor. It is a small metal box with a front metal panel. The panel opens and the fuses and circuit breakers are behind the panel. The outlets are controlled by a circuit breaker, not a fuse. Check to see if a circuit breaker is tripped. If it is flip it to the off position and then the on position. If none are tripped, next try the ground fault interrupter (GFCI). This is one of the outlets with two buttons on it. One button is marked test, and the other reset. The test button is to trip the outlet off to see if it is working OK. The reset button resets the outlet to ON. Do NOT press these two buttons at the same time. Press the reset button and if the outlet had tripped this will reset it. This GFCI outlet controls several other outlets. Depending on how many outlets you have, there may be two GFCI outlets controlling two banks of outlets. The GFCI outlets are usually located in the bath area or kitchen area or both if you have two.
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Old 01-12-2015, 10:27 PM   #13
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I would add that oftentimes when a circuit breaker pops it's not visually noticeable, especially when its near the floor and you're on your hands and knees.

I suggest you cycle every one of them off and then back on.
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Old 06-03-2015, 05:32 PM   #14
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1996 Bon Voyage circuit breaker panel is located behind a small pull down door on the right side of the couch/bed.
I am trying to find the 120 volt AC to 12 volt DC converter.
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1996 Bon Voyage circuit breaker panel is located behind a small pull down door on the right side of the couch/bed.
I am trying to find the 120 volt AC to 12 volt DC converter.
I bet it's in the same area. Mine is. But, if I were to replace it, I would have to remove the wood panel under the couch cushion to get at it.

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My converter is on front wall under the pull out couch / bed on my 2001 22 footer.
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