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Old 06-11-2019, 05:44 PM   #1
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Blown fuse/breaker

I removed our stove/oven yesterday and it had a 12volt wire running to it for the oven light the 2 wires made contact and by accident it blew a 12volt fuse/ breaker.
This fuse/breaker also controls the water pump,tank monitor panel and hood fan and light.

So how do these breakers/ fuses work?
This is on our 1993 21' AS.
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Old 06-11-2019, 06:11 PM   #2
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On mine, there is a button on the end under the wire with the yellow crimp. Push it in and that should reset the breaker.


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That sure looks like a set of self-resetting circuit breakers. There are similar things in modern trailers. Did the circuit not come back to life after 30 seconds or so? Those arenít meant to be replaced like a fuse.

There may be another fuse panel somewhere. Current Airstreams have these breakers but then there is a fuse panel elsewhere. With mine itís in the same place as the 120v circuit breakers.
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I looked in the manual and it says it should reset after 30 seconds but nothing happened, and I'm pretty sure there is no other fuse panel as I had the thing pretty much gutted.
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Hi

Some only reset after the load is removed. Pull the wire off of the offending breaker. Leave it off for a minute or two. Hook it back up and see if that fixes the problem.

If that does not fix it, pull the offending part and head over to your local auto supply outfit. Hand it to them and ask for a replacement.

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Okay I figured it out, on the breaker there is a tiny little button that had to be reset. I would have not know if didn't post that question on here.
It was the breaker just above the one with the big red cable and the tiny little button was on the copper strip side.


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