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Old 11-26-2020, 12:11 PM   #1
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no power to awning on 369xl

2016 Georgetown 369xl-Connected to shore power and house batteries are fully charged yet no power to electric awning. Is there another breaker panel other than the one in the back bedroom?
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Old 11-26-2020, 12:24 PM   #2
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The GT awnings are typically fused directly off one of the coach (not chassis) batteries. It is an inline fuse.
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Old 11-26-2020, 12:29 PM   #3
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2016 Georgetown 369xl-Connected to shore power and house batteries are fully charged yet no power to electric awning. Is there another breaker panel other than the one in the back bedroom?
The awning motor will be protected by a fuse since it is DC powered. Find the fuse panel. It could be the actual switch. Easy to check and if needed Amazon is your friend.

Does the awning motor make any noise at all?
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The awning makes no noise at all.
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OK not typical but factual (all). If it is a fuse problem go to your coach batteries and there will be a few (awning/steps etc.) inline fuses coming off one of the batteries and it will be blown.
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No power to awning

My awning has a fuse outside in the bracket that attaches to the side of unit towards the front of the trailer. It blew during the first winter we had it, took me awhile to find it as I was sure it was inside in the fuse panel. Well guess what? it wasn't. Worth a look.
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