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  1. geobunk

    RV Make: thor, RV Model: windsport, RV Year: 2019

    F53 chasise hot lead in front fuse box. How to open this fuse box.

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    • Customer Service

      George,

      There should be clips or brackets on the side or top that release to open up the box. If you do not see a hinge then the whole face lifts off. If there is a hinge, then it can only open to the side.

      Sincerely,

      Dan
      RV Repair Club Technical Expert

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  2. Charles Fortenberry

    RV Make: Winnebago , RV Model: Superchief , RV Year: 1989

    Our RV has not run in the last 6 or 7 months! We had an alternator put on back then, then a little later we lost all of our 12 volts from our
    Starting battery. No current to the ignition, the front lights, radio, or anything! It has a new battery, and alternator. (All house battery and
    12v. And 110 volts are fine, problem is only with front 12v. ALL OF THE FUSES UNDER DASH ARE DEAD, EXCEPT ONE 30 amp. ?
    Any ideas ?

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    • Customer Service

      Charles,

      If there is no power to the fuse panel you will have to check the battery connections and trace where they go. Most of the time when this happens it is from a bad connection somewhere from the battery. I have also seen many ignition switches fail as well so you will want to test the voltage there and connections as well. If you have a switch to connect the house batteries to the chassis battery (many RV’s do not if there is an isolater switch) turn this on and test it. If it now gets power you know the issue is with a bad connection from the battery. If it still does not work then the issue could be with connections to the fuse block or something through the firewall.

      Sincerely,

      Dan
      RV Repair Club Technical Expert

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    • Customer Service

      Hi there Larry!

      We’d love to help!

      Would you be able to provide us with a little more detail regarding your issue and what you’ve done to try to fix it? We also need your year, make, and model of your RV. After I receive those bits of information, I’ll send that to our expert!

      Thank you!

      Jessica
      RV Repair Club Video Membership

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