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Old 12-07-2013, 03:16 PM   #11
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Ahah! I found a tiny switch where the negative ids wired to the chassis. I mean tiny! Pressed it and I have 12v power.

Into the next challenge. Thanks for all the help!
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Old 12-07-2013, 03:23 PM   #12
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Look for the main converter to battery fuse.

It looks like a small box with two terminals on it. (see photo)

On a travel trailer it is under the frame and on a 5th wheel it is located under the pin box (in mine) close to the battery. There is another located in before that, but because your slides work, that one is good.

Look for corrosion at the terminal or a popped reset button located on the side.
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Old 12-07-2013, 04:36 PM   #13
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Look for the main converter to battery fuse.

It looks like a small box with two terminals on it. (see photo)

On a travel trailer it is under the frame and on a 5th wheel it is located under the pin box (in mine) close to the battery. There is another located in before that, but because your slides work, that one is good.

Look for corrosion at the terminal or a popped reset button located on the side.
Yeah, I found it. I was looking for a button labeled "push me newbie". That little sucker it's small!

Thanks for posting the pictures.
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Yeah, I found it. I was looking for a button labeled "push me newbie". That little sucker it's small!

Thanks for posting the pictures.
Sorry I was late to the party. I need to add this post to the FAQ
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