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Old 10-25-2015, 12:35 PM   #1
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landing gear fuse location 2015 261bhxl

Hello all. Newbie here. My wife and I were raising both landing gears as we have done for the past month when they stopped. I have since read it is better to do one at a time. I cannot find a fuse or circuit breaker. All the fuses in the main panel under the fridge are ok. I am hooked up to shore power. Plugging in the truck made no difference. These are the only items that do not work. I have no documentation to show any other fuse locations.
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Old 11-09-2015, 12:10 PM   #2
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Fuse panel for awning and stabilizer jacks are under fridge mounted on fender well. Main fuse panel is removed to access. Be sure shore power is disconnected as there is 120 volts on that panel. Wayne at Forest River may be the only one on the planet that knew)
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Old 11-09-2015, 12:30 PM   #3
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Hello all. Newbie here. My wife and I were raising both landing gears as we have done for the past month when they stopped. I have since read it is better to do one at a time. I cannot find a fuse or circuit breaker. All the fuses in the main panel under the fridge are ok. I am hooked up to shore power. Plugging in the truck made no difference. These are the only items that do not work. I have no documentation to show any other fuse locations.
Service dept at dealer is closed today.

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If it's your front legs there is a resettable fuse located by the battery. If you bring them up to far it will trip them, I changed mine to an auto reset 40 amp. That's for the electric 12v legs. the rear has a resettable installed. There is a little button on the side of it. Back should reset by themselves.
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Thanks for the reply. I saw the resetable fuse by the battery. It had power. The one that was blown was behind the main panel under the fridge.
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Thanks for the reply. I saw the resetable fuse by the battery. It had power. The one that was blown was behind the main panel under the fridge.
Thanks for letting the members know, most do not and it is considerate that you did. Happy and safe travels to you and your family...
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