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Old 08-05-2010, 05:42 PM   #1
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Breaker Panel Location???

As I've been diving into the nitty-gritty of all the systems of my trailer I find coveyhulls that look like walls and are actually hinged doors.

Well, found the water pump, improved the packaging and added a diverter valve for winterizing with antifreeze. Found out that the LP gas detector was not connected, now it is. Found the wire bundle and fuse for the LP gas detector (thanks to an excellent assitance from the AS cust. service.), replaced it.

Now, I'm looking for the breakers for the whole electrical system. The manual says they are where they aren't.

This is a '04 Safari with the twin beds at the rear.

Any insight as to where I can find the fuses, GFIs, etc.

Thank you in advance.
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Old 08-05-2010, 05:53 PM   #2
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Should be at the foot of the street side bed, or at least they were on my 2006 Safari 25
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Old 08-05-2010, 09:18 PM   #3
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frank, don't forget that the detector might draw power even when in 'store' mode.
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Yes, Ricky, as I found out, the LP detector is hard-wired directly to the batteries via a 1A in-line fuse. That constant current draw is something I'm going to have to live with. BTW, AS could have made that wire bundle a bit more accessible without us having to either crawl way under the couch or removing the couch to get to it. If I gain one more pound I will not be able to reach it! All is well, now I have to find the fuse box.
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Found it!

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I found the breaker panel just where you said. Thank you.
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