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Old 06-01-2011, 10:08 AM   #1
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12v Wiring @ 31' Center Bath

I removed both bed lights from wall when i resurfaced walls. Reinstalled curb side light and worked fine. after riveting street side in place, neither of the reinstalled overhead wall lights work and the main overhead light won't work. Is there a 12v. fuse for the rear? or did i dislodge wiring that goes thru wall behind med. cabinet? All other 12v. lights and plugs work.
I hate to remove med. cabinet and cut a hole in wall.

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Old 06-01-2011, 10:36 AM   #2
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Yes, there's a fuse. On a lot of the big Sovs from that era, the fuse panel is near the bath, but I can't say for sure on yours, mine is a rear bath model, and the fusebox/converter is in the bottom of the streetside clothes closet.

The fusebox is behind the blue door in the front of the Univolt. If your trailer's converter is original, plug in your shore power and just follow the loud hum to find it (seriously).

It is probably the purple or yellow circuit that has those lights. They are in the top right of the fuse panel, and are 20 amp fuses.

Good luck!
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Jim on your 31 center bath the original Univolt converter and fuse panel are located in the galley cabinet under and behind the stove/oven. The circuit for those lights is the purple wire. All the wiring goes up inside the walls and runs along the roof inside the upper interior skin, you won't find the wiring behind the medicine cabinet. Check the fuse for circuit # 1 with the purple wire first. If the fuse has blown probably you inadvertantly shorted the wires to ground while reconnecting things. If the fuse blows again you have a dead short to ground, probably a pinched wire while reinstalling everything. You will need to inspect what you have done to find the short.
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thanks for the quick responses

pulled fuse on #1, it was blown, installed new one and all is lit.

I must of shorted on reinstall.

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Your Welcome I am glad it was an easy fix.
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