Had to take the morning and go get new tires for the old guy.
That is done and now back to the electrical...
WSmithWSmiththe fusebox is to remove the recliner. This will not be easy... See another pic.
MD Silverado, your post forced me to go back and look again at the breaker box in the light of day. No double pole breaker, my bad,
Sorry folks.See pic. two 20 amp breakers on top.
left to right on the bottom. A 30amp labeled "main", then a 20amp labeled "gen circuits", then a 15amp with red test button, labeled "lights".
Heading out to see if I can figure some of this out. Sure do apprefuseboxhe continuing info! And I still think electricity is a little bit magic.[/Silverado
From looking at the interior photo. I think they removed the batteries and univolt to make room for the sofa. All of the DC wiring should still be there along with the fuses. Looking at your trailer photo this modification was made by a 35 year WBCC member.
When you open the small door there should be abs type boxes inside. The key for that box is a Hurd H it has a octigon head. If you need that year key description card let me know.