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Old 08-25-2019, 11:52 AM   #1
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Fuse Mapping for DX3 Electrical Bay

Does anyone have the mapping of the DC fuses in the Electrical Bay for a 2019 DX3. I assume it may be the same as other models/years too. I looked in the manuals and do not see it identified anywhere.

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Old 08-25-2019, 12:27 PM   #2
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this is for our 2018 DX3
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Old 08-25-2019, 01:24 PM   #3
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hummm....that does not look completely like what I have. I have the 12 fuses (upper left) and the BIRD peaking out from under the red power cables (center), but the relays seem to have been moved...
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this is a picture of mine
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Old 08-25-2019, 01:49 PM   #5
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this is a picture of mine
Yep, just base on the fuse sizes (color) looks like something is different in the 2019 DX3RB.
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Yep, just base on the fuse sizes (color) looks like something is different in the 2019 DX3RB.
Easy way to find out, pull fuse one at a time and see what goes out...
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Old 08-26-2019, 11:38 AM   #7
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Easy way to find out, pull fuse one at a time and see what goes out...
Yep, that is one way to do but, but using that method may result in me missing something.

Hopefully, the factory has a fuse mapping they can upload for us so that we have the most accurate data.
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Old 09-09-2019, 02:36 PM   #8
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While were asking for info, I'd like the mapping for my 2019 XL BH too please.
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Old 09-10-2019, 07:20 AM   #9
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I am with Rancher Bob on this one - Fuse/components mapping of the electrical bay would be extremely helpful. Perhaps a place on the Dynamax site with directories by model, year, and some basic schematics and diagrams for owners to reference - Plumbing (Fresh, Grey, Black), Entertainment, Electrical (HV), Electrical (LV). With today’s drafting CAD tools it should be relatively easy to extract the various layers from IFC drawings and publish them as PDF files.
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Agreed! A mapping of the electrical bay should be standard info provided along with the mapping of the relays in the "wet bay"

I find it curious why there are a multitude of relays and the connections in the wet bay. Seems to me they should be in the shore connection bay or generator bay NOT where a water leak may happen. Just two cents worth thought.
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Agreed! A mapping of the electrical bay should be standard info provided along with the mapping of the relays in the "wet bay"

I find it curious why there are a multitude of relays and the connections in the wet bay. Seems to me they should be in the shore connection bay or generator bay NOT where a water leak may happen. Just two cents worth thought.
I think on the new stuff, we've moved most things out of the wet bay....not sure what else is in there unless its tank reading related.
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I think on the new stuff, we've moved most things out of the wet bay....not sure what else is in there unless its tank reading related.
I am glad to hear that. Here is a picture of my 2018 37TS wet bay with its myriad of relays.


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I am glad to hear that. Here is a picture of my 2018 37TS wet bay with its myriad of relays.


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I have the same relays in the wet bay. Did you ever get a mapping of what each one was for?
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I have been unable to find any markings for identification.
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I missed this one earlier as I saw a map posted. Didn't catch the "wet bay" portion.

It was a universal harness, thus the relays.
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Thank you sir for the diagram. that's what I was looking for, but it didn't shed any light on my problem. I've traced it down to 1 12v wire is bleeding over to the bedroom/bathroom lights., without a wiring diagram of the wiring itself the only option I can see is to tear out walls.
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Thank you sir for the diagram. that's what I was looking for, but it didn't shed any light on my problem. I've traced it down to 1 12v wire is bleeding over to the bedroom/bathroom lights., without a wiring diagram of the wiring itself the only option I can see is to tear out walls.
We recently saw something like this and it was the actual light fixture itself that was bleeding over.
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Thank you sir for the diagram. that's what I was looking for, but it didn't shed any light on my problem. I've traced it down to 1 12v wire is bleeding over to the bedroom/bathroom lights., without a wiring diagram of the wiring itself the only option I can see is to tear out walls.
This issue can be caused by the light itself or by a corroaded ground. Check your grounding posts on the chassis. There are several.
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We recently saw something like this and it was the actual light fixture itself that was bleeding over.
I found my problem and it was a ground issue, bad propane solenoid feeding dcv to the ground lug, and a 12 pin connector behind the propane tank that feeds all the rear lights. The connector was corroded inside and one pin was actually corroded into. All this was bleeding dc voltage to the bedroom & bathroom lights causing them to glow when switch was off.
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Any chance of getting a mapping for these too?


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