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Old 07-03-2015, 09:41 AM   #1
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With all of my 12V fuses removed I can still operate my L/R and D/R slides. There must be inline fuses that I can't find. I also can't find my power converter. There isn't any familiar HUMMMM sound.
There are 4 X 25 AMP fuses in the panel that don't seem to affect anything else, could they be part of the electric brake system ?
Did I mention that the fuse panel labelling from the factory is no more than a bunch of pencil scratching's ? Thanks for any help.
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Old 07-04-2015, 09:01 AM   #2
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Please help if you can.
With all of my 12V fuses removed I can still operate my L/R and D/R slides. There must be inline fuses that I can't find. I also can't find my power converter. There isn't any familiar HUMMMM sound.
There are 4 X 25 AMP fuses in the panel that don't seem to affect anything else, could they be part of the electric brake system ?
Did I mention that the fuse panel labelling from the factory is no more than a bunch of pencil scratching's ? Thanks for any help.
Hey ttg,
Give Rick or Mary a call at prime time service - they are the people with all the answers.....hope that helps
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Please help if you can.
With all of my 12V fuses removed I can still operate my L/R and D/R slides. There must be inline fuses that I can't find. I also can't find my power converter. There isn't any familiar HUMMMM sound.
There are 4 X 25 AMP fuses in the panel that don't seem to affect anything else, could they be part of the electric brake system ?
Did I mention that the fuse panel labelling from the factory is no more than a bunch of pencil scratching's ? Thanks for any help.

If you pulled all your fuses, you're in the power converter. I believe the 25 amp fuses are for the smart charger part of your converter that charges your coach battery. Your trailer brakes are wired direct to your trailer plug. There are NO fuses in the panel for the brakes. Your slides also do not run through the panel. They have resetting circuit breakers inline.
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Old 07-04-2015, 09:43 PM   #4
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On trailers, the circuit breakers are usually under the frame near where the umbilical cord runs into a junction box. Don't know where that is on a 5'ver, but I'd follow your umbilical and see where it goes. The breakers are probably close by.
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Look for fuses or in line breakers near the batteries. The slides are normally wired directly to this point
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Old 07-06-2015, 12:10 PM   #6
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Thanks for the replies.
Sent off an email to Prime Time on Sunday and Rick replied on Monday morning.
rracer5 got it right.
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Thanks for the replies.
Sent off an email to Prime Time on Sunday and Rick replied on Monday morning.
rracer5 got it right.

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