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Old 08-09-2015, 01:42 PM   #1
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30 Amp Fuse from Battery & Brake Lights

OK, a couple of things. We just bought a 2010 Flagstaff 5th Wheel with rear kitchen. Everything worked fine on final inspection at the dealer. We arrived at the campsite and the front slide in the bedroom worked fine. When I went to slide out the main, I had no power to it. I found that the 30 amp blade fuse off of the battery was toast. I replaced it and it worked fine. I went to empty the tanks a day later, and when I went to drop the front landing gear, no power, and coincidently, same fuse! After that, I believe my AC and microwave pulled too much power, and I lost my GFI's, and the AC. Nothing tripped. I pulled the blade fuse for the AC, put it back in, and all was good for the rest of the weekend (didn't use the microwave again!)

When I went to pack up and check my tail lights, etc, I had none. The trailer brakes were fine, and I'm going to check the TV pins shortly. Any insights into either issue? I didn't know if there was a fuse to the trailer lights somewhere in the camper.

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