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Old 05-24-2017, 03:09 PM   #1
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Slide Out and Landing Gear Fuse Locations

I am just trying to get this info now because I feel sure I will need it one day. I have a 2017 Wildwood Heritage Glen Fifth Wheel (368RLBK). Where are the fuses located for each slide out and the landing gear ? Are they the resettable type ? Thanks in advance for the help.

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Old 05-24-2017, 03:39 PM   #2
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Maybe someone with the same model will come by and let you know where there's is, but on our unit there are two fuses for each one. There are fuses on the remote receiver unit (ours is under the stove) and the landing gear fuse is behind the battery hidden in the wire loom, and the one for the slide motor is in the fuse panel.

I keep a full range of ATC & ATM fuses because you never know when something is going to decide to pop a fuse or 5!
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Old 05-24-2017, 07:15 PM   #3
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I am just trying to get this info now because I feel sure I will need it one day. I have a 2017 Wildwood Heritage Glen Fifth Wheel (368RLBK). Where are the fuses located for each slide out and the landing gear ? Are they the resettable type ? Thanks in advance for the help.

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I'm in the process of tracking these down myself. Weather has been really wet and halted my progress this last week.

There's an inline fuse for the landing gear directly over the front hatch (the compartment just under and aft of the pinbox).

On my unit there is another inline fuse in that compartment and one or two breakers (have not traced those yet).

if you have the remote, the electronics and fuses for that are in the basement pass through storage behind a bulkhead that you'll have to unscrew/ remove to get behind.

I'll update with better information and maybe some pictures when I have a chance to finish tracing everything. If there are fuses and or breakers that you know the function of please share and I'll attempt to consolidate it all.
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Thanks so much for the info.
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Thanks so much for the info.
Ok m35a2. You are elected to be the 368rlbhk guru. I will forward to you any information I can provide for you to consolidate. I have requested from forest river (haha) for wiring and plumbing schematics. Will keep you posted
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Ok m35a2. You are elected to be the 368rlbhk guru. I will forward to you any information I can provide for you to consolidate. I have requested from forest river (haha) for wiring and plumbing schematics. Will keep you posted

If I'm the guru we're in bad trouble! LOL
But I'd like to get everything consolidated here (mostly for my own selfish reasons but if it can help other folks that's a plus)
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Sounds like your question is answered... but for others who might see this thread...

I found my 2nd fuse panel under my fridge.


look for wood panels with exposed screws... it probably means that it is also an access panel.
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Sounds like your question is answered... but for others who might see this thread...

I found my 2nd fuse panel under my fridge.


look for wood panels with exposed screws... it probably means that it is also an access panel.


Thx so much, marking this thread for future reference. Just bought a 368rlbhk on 5/10, upgraded from a 2013 Coleman 314bhs tt. Pretty stoked about the difference in towing the fiver vs towing the TT. Camped the last few weekends and no major issues other than what one would / should normally expect. Wall paneling in hallway was a lil loose, after close inspection noticed the installer had shot the Brad nails all the way through the paneling. (Pretty typical caugh caugh). Led light strip above island didn't work either, after pulling switch out I noticed that the wire had come out of the terminal. So far we are extremely happy with the layout and such. Thx again for the fuse info and Happy camping
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Thanks for the info. I think I'll start a thread for 368rlbhk since there are several owners on the forum. It would be a "one stop shopping" for info pertaining the model. What do y'all think.
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Thanks for the info. I think I'll start a thread for 368rlbhk since there are several owners on the forum. It would be a "one stop shopping" for info pertaining the model. What do y'all think.


That would be great !!! Forest River provided very little specific info on this model.

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