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Old 03-08-2015, 12:20 PM   #1
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No power in Kitchen

I was checking out my 2013 Solera today and realized that the power to the kitchen area is out. The OH lights above the sink, the floor lights, the outside light and step. The step still works when the engine is started put doesn't work when door open and shuts. Any one know of an in line fuse or something that may have blown?
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Old 03-08-2015, 12:23 PM   #2
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I was checking out my 2013 Solera today and realized that the power to the kitchen area is out. The OH lights above the sink, the floor lights, the outside light and step. The step still works when the engine is started put doesn't work when door open and shuts. Any one know of an in line fuse or something that may have blown?
Do you have other 12 volt lights that work in your rig? If so, then a fuse probably blew in your panel at your converter..
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Yes everything else is working, I still have power to the refrigerator, Mico-wave, and
TV in the overhead Bunk area, all overhead cabin lights are working and the Awing works. Will check around the converter. Thanks
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Found it, started checking the fuses in the main box pulling them one at a time. There it was, just marked wrong on the box so didn't catch it the first time through.
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Good to hear!
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Check your fuse panel under the sink/stove area. Im assuming thats where yours is, if its an "S" model like mine. Sounds like you blew a fuse and they are all labeled on the back of the cover (well should be). Microwave is 110v, so that should work on the 110 side regardless. Whats interesting is your steps must be pulling off a circuit from the chassis side as well, if they still operate like you explained.

Good to here you got it fixed.
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