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Old 03-19-2016, 01:32 AM   #1
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2006 Ford 3100SS Fuses Question

The guy who wrote the labels for the fuses in our power-distribution panel must have been a doctor. Today we decided to replace his indecipherable scrawls with some printed labels. To this end, we turned on everything in the RV and pulled the fuses, one at a time, and wrote down what stopped running. We also cranked the generator, tried to move the slide-out, and ran some water in the sink to check the water pump.

After a while we identified every fused circuit, except for the generator-starter motor and the slide-out. Even with all fuses removed, including the big 40-amp ones, both items still ran. We came to the conclusion that they are wired directly to the house battery, or to the truck battery. The switch that can connect the truck and house battery was open, of course. We even turned off the main power switch, next to the entry door, but the slide-out and generator still ran.

Any ideas where these fuses, if any, might be located?

And, what do the 40-amp fuses do, since the little panel lights still came on when we pulled them.

2006 Sunseeker 3100SS - "Heart Of Gold"
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