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Old 12-11-2017, 12:30 PM   #1
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I canít find the fuse / circuit breakers

I just bought my 2008 Bambi and I was looking for the circuit breakers and fuses.

Reading the owners manual it appears that theyíre under the seat but I am either blind or canít recognize it.

Someone with this info please help!

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Iíve attached a photo of what I found. If Iím missing it, please help me find them!!

Thanks everybody

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Old 12-11-2017, 12:36 PM   #2
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Hmm

I see one in-line fuse...
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Old 12-11-2017, 03:54 PM   #3
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The fuses are in the same housing as the converter and 120v breakers.
The ownerís manual I found online said the same thing about the 12-volt breakers/fuses, in the electrical section G.

Eliyahu what exact 19í model do you have, a Sport?

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Old 12-11-2017, 06:48 PM   #4
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Overlanders comment helps me not.

Where is the converter and breakers housing?
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Old 12-11-2017, 06:50 PM   #5
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The ownerís manual I found online said the same thing about the 12-volt breakers/fuses, in the electrical section G.



Eliyahu what exact 19í model do you have, a Sport?



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Itís a 2008 Bambi international CCD edition.
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Itís a 2008 Bambi international CCD edition.
Isn't the converter located under the closet door?
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Isn't the converter located under the closet door?


I will look tomorrow.
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As overlander63 says...
Just below the wardrobe.
You should find a little plastic clip you turn 90 degrees and the door should swing down to reveal this...
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Bingo, thanks for the photo.

Eliyahu is this your manual?

https://www.airstream.com/wp-content...tional2008.pdf

The Electric Section G starts on p. G-1 [PDF p. 76/99] where it says:

"All 12-volt current comes through the battery system in the front of your trailer. The battery is accessible in the battery box on the A-frame of your trailer. Power from the battery goes to a set of four Type 2 thermal breakers located under the front bed and riveted to the inside skin front plate. The breakers are ties together by a brass bus bar. One breaker (30 Amp.) protects the 12-volt tow vehicle charge line coming from the 7-way cord. Another breaker (20 Amp.) feeds the trailer brakes breakaway switch located near the hitch coupler. A 50 amp. breaker feeds the Battery Disconnect relay. The current leaves the relay and goes to the 12-volt distribution panel located in the converter and then to the rest of the trailer. Open the brown decorative door on the front of the converter under the dinette to access the panel and its fuses. A 12-volt layout diagram is shown later in this section."

On p. G-4 [PDF p. 79]:

"If any 12-volt appliance fails to operate, first check your recreational vehicles 12-volt distribution fuse block located behind the decorative front door in the front right hand corner of the converter and inspect all fuses."


Not sure this covers your floor plan and configuration, as the manual covers a variety of International lengths and models.

Good luck,

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The picture was worth 1000 words.

Thank you. I found it now.

Yes, the manual is very confusing and led me to search under the front seat.

I wish they had pictures in the manual showing the case and location. A simple diagram showing layout would also help.
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As overlander63 says...
Just below the wardrobe.
You should find a little plastic clip you turn 90 degrees and the door should swing down to reveal this...
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We have a 2004 19í CCD. Hope this helps


Thanks. Yes, it solved the mystery.
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