Sorry for the long post, but I'm in a bind...
I'm a new owner of a 2016 X19H Hybrid. In December, I had dropped it off to have a few things repaired under warranty at the local dealer where I'd purchased. Everything went well and I returned to pick it up. Unbeknownst to me, they had readjusted the foot on the electric tongue jack. This resulted in bottoming out the jack when I was hooking up to take her home. No damage to the jack. Just lost power to everything 12v DC. I assumed I blew a fuse somewhere.
After further inspection, I cannot seem to find a fuse to replace. The power center inside has a 40 and 30 amp fuse (in addition to the 5 other 15 amp fuses that feed the various circuits). All of these fuses test fine with a continuity test.
I stopped by the dealer and discussed my situation with one of the service writers. He said that there should be a fuse located on the A frame near the battery. My memory was telling me that there was nothing in the area that even remotely looked like a fuse. So, to prove my point to him, we took a walk out onto his lot to look at another X19H. Nope. No fuse. The wiring goes from the battery into an 1-1/4" flexible conduit along with the propane hose and heads through the frame into the enclosed underbelly (on mine). This particular unit had an open underbelly and I could see that the wires almost immediately head up into the camper where the WH is located. Unfortunately, this unit was also locked. And we didn't have a key handy.
After returning home, further inspection found no fuse in the compartment with the WH, nor were there any fuses on any of the wiring between the WH compartment to the power unit.
So, I guess my question boils down to, Is there a main power fuse on my model? If so, where the heck is it? I've already contacted Jayco and gotten copies of the AC and DC wiring diagrams, no luck. I've also called back and discussed it further with their tech dept., still no luck. They're s'posed to call me back after "doing some digging".