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Old 01-04-2009, 08:21 AM   #1
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Hi, We have a 1990 36' Landyacht MH. Can someone please tell us were ALL the electrical fuses and breakers may be. My manual says very little, but it does mention a breaker under the stairwell. There is no breakers under the stairwell. We have had alot of electrical problems, like coach batteries draining quickly and some outlets not working, alternator not chargeing correctly. Is there anyway to buy a manual that shows the electrial hookup especially on the firewall.

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Old 01-05-2009, 08:37 PM   #2
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Hi, We have a 1990 36' Landyacht MH. Can someone please tell us were ALL the electrical fuses and breakers may be. My manual says very little, but it does mention a breaker under the stairwell. There is no breakers under the stairwell. We have had alot of electrical problems, like coach batteries draining quickly and some outlets not working, alternator not chargeing correctly. Is there anyway to buy a manual that shows the electrial hookup especially on the firewall.

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You might be able to by a manual from Airstream. Not sure where they might be in your coach. I have a 1995 Land Yacht. The breaker box is located under the bed. There is a set of fuses under the drivers dash and another set in a storage bin just in front of dog house, (engine cover between front seats). Hope this helps.
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In my 1994 LY, the 120v circuit breakers are in a panel just to the right of the front of the bed (i.e., rear wall). The 12-volt fuse panel is located just to the left of the passenger seat foot well, on the side of the front console. My LY is the diesel pusher - the location of these panels for the gas version may be different. The chassis buss has a number of circuit breakers - it is located on the outside firewall just in front of the driver.

I should add that there are also circuit breakers in other locations. There is a 50-amp breaker in the front on the firewall. There are also 2 breakers under the kitchen sink, about 1 foot back of the power lock to the exterior side door. There is also an in-line fuse in the power to the front heater/airconditioner blower motor. There may very well be other breakers and fuses.
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