At first I couldn't see where the fuses could be changed out without disconnecting the power leads going into them.
After reading the owners manual I discovered that the fuses have a little button on end of them (it requires a good light to see them). At first It looked like all the little buttons were in so I double checked them by pushing everyone in with the sharp end on my tester light. No go, the circuit didn't reset it must be something else I thought so I pulled the drawer out under the couch to see if there was an inline fuse or something there. Found an inline fuse, but after disconnecting it discovered it went to the gas detector and not the overhead lights.
Went back to the owners manual and looked up the power schematics and re-read. I told my wife It had to be in that fuse panel so I went back there and took another look. I decided to push every fuse button again and low and behold the lights went on. I guess I missed the button on the fuse in the top righthand corner, the little buggers are hard to see.
After a couple of hours of this adventure, I then tried the auto fan where I had previously changed out the Micro Limit Switch and realized that I was back where I started. The fan would not go off before and it will not go off now!
I think I'll just cut the power lead to the fan and put a toggle switch in