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Jeep_Joint

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I really apologize for this. I've owned Lance pickup campers, 5th wheels etc. I just bought a 31 foot 1999 Four Winds Chateau Class C on a Ford Chassis. For the life of me, I can't locate the electrical panel that has the fuses & circuit breakers. I even hate to give my identity.

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OK Larry. We know who you are. Sorry, I don't know your MH.


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Jeep_Joint wrote:

I really apologize for this. I've owned Lance pickup campers, 5th wheels etc. I just bought a 31 foot 1999 Four Winds Chateau Class C on a Ford Chassis. For the life of me, I can't locate the electrical panel that has the fuses & circuit breakers. I even hate to give my identity.
The 110V panel will be on the end of your 30A shore power cord, so take a look through the access door for that power cord and you should be able to track it down.
Chances are it's under the bed, or below the fridge, or some place similar.
The 12V fuses may or may not be part of the same panel.


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Posted: 09/13/11 08:05pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

House or chassis fuses? Chassis are probably split between a small box under the drivers dash near the exterior wall and larger fuses in a box under the hood on the drivers side.

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Posted: 09/13/11 08:14pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Find your converter/charger. The DC fuses and AC breakers are usually located behind the converter/charger access panel.

Additionally, there are chassis DC fuses under the dash and sometimes some DC fuses located in a compartment.


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Sooner or later she would have found it when making the bed.....LOL...Hope you all enjoy your new rig.


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Posted: 09/13/11 08:24pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Thanks to all who replied. The panel was on the passenger side of the bed down low to the floor. Couldn't see it for the bedspread. It's all MDW's fault. Hope she doesn't read this forum. Thank you again.

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