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Old 06-03-2017, 06:57 PM   #1
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Fuses in a 2004 Safari Sleep Six?

Thinking that my non-functioning left brake/hazard lights not working is due to a fuse rather than blown bulbs (and yes, I still havenít figured out how to get the light covers off, see http://www.airforums.com/forums/f447...bs-167483.html), Iím looking for the fuses on our 25-ft 2004 Safari Sleep Six with no luck. The ownerís manual says, ďOpen the brown decorative door on the front of the converter under the dinette to access the panel and its fusesĒ but there is no so described decorative door under our dinette (which is on the side of the AS, not by the front windows), nor can I find anything under the dinette seats, under the front couch/bed or in any of the cabinets or closets. (There is an added panel on the inside right of the curbside front overhead cabinet but Iím ass-uming that that is for accessing the radio/CD player.)
Can anybody tell me where my fuses are?
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Mine is under the wardrobe that is located between the fridge and lav sink. I've also seen them located under the couch on the short 'L' run behind the dinette bench.

It's really hard to miss... its a big brown metal panel with a hinge and vents on the bottom half.
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Old 06-03-2017, 08:23 PM   #3
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That's it! Thank you very much!
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Thinking that my non-functioning left brake/hazard lights not working is due to a fuse rather than blown bulbs (and yes, I still haven’t figured out how to get the light covers off, see http://www.airforums.com/forums/f447...bs-167483.html), I’m looking for the fuses on our 25-ft 2004 Safari Sleep Six with no luck. The owner’s manual says, “Open the brown decorative door on the front of the converter under the dinette to access the panel and its fuses” but there is no so described decorative door under our dinette (which is on the side of the AS, not by the front windows), nor can I find anything under the dinette seats, under the front couch/bed or in any of the cabinets or closets. (There is an added panel on the inside right of the curbside front overhead cabinet but I’m ass-uming that that is for accessing the radio/CD player.)
Can anybody tell me where my fuses are?
Thanks!
The fuses for the trailer's turn signals, brake lights, running light, etc are in your tow vehicle, not in the trailer.

You can find a wiring diagram in your owners manual.

All of the fuses/breakers inside your trailer are for circuits that get power from the house battery or converter.
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