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Old 03-20-2012, 10:20 AM   #1
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Greetings.. We recently purchased a used hi lo and are unable to locate the 12 volt fuse box. The manual says it is in a cabinet towards the front. but there are no cabinets in front of the entry door, just the couch on the drivers side. We have gone through all the cabinets, but might have missed it.
Any ideas? Thanks Steve & Marjie
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Check under the sofa bed in the left front corner for the 115 Volt system and in the wardrobe in the Bathroom for the 12volt system.
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It was nice getting your suggested location, tried it, but not there for the 12V system.
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Hi Steve,

Are you sure that your Hi-Lo has a fuse panel?

I'm not familiar with your year/model of Hi-Lo, but I can tell you that older Hi-Lo's didn't have a fuse box. My 1969 only had a few inline fuses, located either on the tongue, or by the battery (under one of the table couches). Clearly the DC system was WAY simpler than that found on more recently built rigs.

I'm not sure of when trailer DC systems started sporting a fuse panel.

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Old 03-20-2012, 08:33 PM   #6
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I am going by the origional owners manual and wiring diagram and a fuse box is shown. just doesnot tell much about it other than in a front cabinet. Not having a lot of luck finding it. The house breaker is under the couch as stated in the manual but not the 12v.
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I can't find my 12 volt fuse box either
anybody have an idea
its not in the front cabinets or wardrobe
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on my 88 it is under the sofa on the street side, inside the front panel 110v to 12v converter
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I have a 2691. The fuse box on mine is in wardrobe. There is a hole where it slides into. Look on the right side.
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Hi could you please tell me where the switch or swithches that raise and lower are located and possibly send picture. Thanks so much
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