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Old 01-11-2020, 11:04 AM   #1
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Just a vent, LOL! Got up this morning after a series of storms rolled through last night to find the refrigerator down. Checked fuse and breaker. Fuse marked "REFER" was good; breaker marked "REFER" wasn't in the trip position, but I reset it. Light came back on accompanied by an all too familiar smell to an old USN Chief Electrician - burning electrical/electronic components. Light was back off. Pulled the fuse and opened the breaker. Went outside and pulled the cover - yep, board is fried. It's a 2 year-2 month old Dinosaur that was installed within a month or two of purchasing the trailer when the original board went out, never having worked right from the day we took the TT home. Next thing was to get on Amazon and get another heading this way. Then I looked up and saw the light back on! Mind, the breaker and fuse are off and out. Pushed the button to off and went out and unplugged the power to the board. Gotta like the loving attention to detail these rolling sheds are assembled with!
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Old 01-11-2020, 11:37 AM   #2
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Found that the breaker marked "REFER" feeds the outlets in the bunkroom, bedroom, and TV. Have no idea what the "REFER" fuse feeds as there was still 12VDC at the terminal block for the refrigerator. Pulled the +12 off the board so it has no power.

Somebody who worked for me aboard ship would be getting Extra Military Instruction plus extra duty if they'd screwed up the circuit identification like this TT, LOL!
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