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Old 06-27-2013, 11:36 AM   #1
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Surveyor 220 fuses

Can someone tell me where the fuses for the slideout and power awning are located on the 2013 Surveyor 220? I figure if there's ever a failure, that will be the first place I'll want to check. Thanks.
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Old 06-27-2013, 11:43 AM   #2
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I would have thought whom you bought it from would have showed you?
There is also a few circuit breakers and maybe a fuse near your battery and positive cable.

You should have gotten a manual crank for your slide out.
More often than not its your stabilizer crank.

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As Turbs said I would have thougth they were in the WFCO box. I cannot verify for sure but I was not told otherwise on my walkthrough. Guess I should try to look tomorrow (perferably before the 5th beer )
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As Turbs said I would have thougth they were in the WFCO box. I cannot verify for sure but I was not told otherwise on my walkthrough. Guess I should try to look tomorrow (perferably before the 5th beer )
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I can look in the main fuse box, but I thought I read on here that the slideout fuses were often located somewhere apart from the other fuses.
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I can look in the main fuse box, but I thought I read on here that the slideout fuses were often located somewhere apart from the other fuses.
Not always.
My sabre s.o. fuses are in the distribution panel as shown.


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Fuse for the slide out is located in the WFCO box with the rest of them. (Don't worry turbs no beers were harmed in this undertaking)
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Yes, they're behind that door with the rest of the fuses. They're # 8 and #9 on the right side of the panel.
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Old 07-05-2013, 07:37 AM   #9
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Thanks to everyone.
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The fuses that your are concerned with are located in the converter. This united is located underneath the sink unit. Once the door is opened, by pressing on the top area, the fuses (automotive|) are marked.
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