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Old 08-21-2012, 02:59 PM   #1
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In-line fuse on Rockwood 5er

On our last 5er we had an in-line fuse for the front jack motor that would occasionally blow. It quite literally was on the wire between the motor and the battery.

After we got home with our new Rockwood 8265 5er a couple of weeks ago I remembered I forgot to ask about that at the walk through. After a cursory look around I called the dealer and asked, and they said there was one. So I looked more thoroughly...still couldn't find it.

There is a 20A fuse inside, but I did not see anything literally 'in-line' (which takes a different kind of fuse than the colored 'plug ins'.

Can anyone confirm whether there really is an in-line fuse on this unit? And if so specifically where I might find it?

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Old 08-21-2012, 03:24 PM   #2
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Inline circuit breaker

Two places to look for your in-line circuit breaker (fuse). Look just behind the battery box, there should be a small gray in-line circuit breaker with a red soft plastic cover. The circuit breaker has a small pin on one end just under one of the wires that is connected to it. You have to feel for the "PUSH PIN". The other place is in the hitch box housing. There is a electrical connection box and right next to it is another gray circuit breaker box (small) with a soft red cover, again you have to feel for the small push pin.

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