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Old 08-09-2016, 05:46 PM   #1
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New 2013 interstate ext owner help with fuses

My tvs stopped working and had to do some investigating. Thought it was a fuse , turned out to be a tripped gfi receptacle. Please help me understand the fuses the manual is little help. I found fuses under the drivers seat as well as the under the lounge. Not sure what is what.
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My tvs stopped working and had to do some investigating. Thought it was a fuse , turned out to be a tripped gfi receptacle. Please help me understand the fuses the manual is little help. I found fuses under the drivers seat as well as the under the lounge. Not sure what is what.
Fuses are for 12vDC circuits. Breakers are for 120vAC circuits.
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I'll bet it was the outlet under to streetside 2nd row seat. Had the same thing happen. Didn't expect a separate GFCI outlet when there was a GFCI breaker under the lounge. Just another little surprise from Jackson Center.

Also some of the outlets are only on the generator/shore power circuit.
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.... Also some of the outlets are only on the generator/shore power circuit.

On my Interstate only a few outlets are powered by the inverter, but all are powered by generator/shore power.


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On mine , the two TV outlets and the GFCI outlet under the 2nd row seat were on both the inverter and gen/shore power. The one over the galley and the one near the floor, curbside by the lounge were only powered by gen/shore power.

Never checked to see which ones were on the GFCI ckt breaker but suspect it was the two on gen/shore power.
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I'll bet it was the outlet under to streetside 2nd row seat. Had the same thing happen. Didn't expect a separate GFCI outlet when there was a GFCI breaker under the lounge. Just another little surprise from Jackson Center.

Also some of the outlets are only on the generator/shore power circuit.
73 shark, that was it not sure what caused it to trip. At least got to know my rig a little better. The fuse under the lounge seem to be labeled, but those under the front seat are not. Do the little red lights light up if a fuse is blown and what is the black switch or lever next to the fuse do?
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Can't help on the switch/lever anymore but I printed out the page w/ the fuse location/description and tucked it in w/ the fuses under the seat and glued to the door under the lounge.
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