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Old 09-06-2014, 06:57 PM   #1
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Refrigerator, range hood fan and light and burners all out

After traveling a dusty, bumpy gravel road we pulled into an rv park for the night and the fridge, stove burners, and light and fan above are all out. Can anyone help with suggestions?
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Check the fuses? Cracked, burnt out?
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Checked the fuses but did not see any burned out or cracked. I'm wondering if all the dust could have caused a problem. I'll double check the fuses again since that would be the most likely cause. Thanks for the reply.
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I double checked and lo and behold the 20 amp is popped so I tried to replace it twice and it pops each time. Anybody know why?
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I double checked and lo and behold the 20 amp is popped so I tried to replace it twice and it pops each time. Anybody know why?
There's a short in that line somewhere.

Open each item (lamp, fan etc) and look to see if there are any stray wires.

'No stove burners' could be a relay that provides auto shutoff in the event of no power.

Leave out the dead fuse while you take a simple continuity checker (a cheap VTVM will do nicely too) and test the socket of all that can be checked on that line.

Do you have a diagram of the DC circuits? Might help if you did...
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