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Old 08-06-2016, 01:15 PM   #11
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OK, Problem found... You guys that said it was a breaker nailed it...

There was a really small breaker like an inch long X half in wide up mounted up under the trailer right where the wires go into the trailer, its real small and the wires hide it pretty good...

The button to reset it is so small you can't really see it either...

In fact, its a small hole on the bottom of it, smaller than a screw head and you have to have one of those test light probs to poke into the hole to reset it... Once I did that, the lights will come on and the Fresh water Pump works...

Thank you everyone that put in ideas and suggestions....

I really do appreciate it..
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Old 08-06-2016, 02:27 PM   #12
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Yep, many say they've looked for it and couldn't find it.

But it's there and such a simple solution.

Every buyer of a RV, should ask where the resettable breaker is.
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Thank you for letting us know what you found. We really appreciate it when we know what the fix was.

I know from personal experience how hard those fuses/breakers can be to find.
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Old 08-07-2016, 12:04 AM   #14
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Thank you for letting us know what you found. We really appreciate it when we know what the fix was.

I know from personal experience how hard those fuses/breakers can be to find.
No problem... That's how we all learn and get ideas for possible solutions...

I crawled under there to have a look at it myself, so if it does it again, I can do resolve it myself...

Thanks again everyone...
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