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Old 04-19-2016, 07:52 AM   #11
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Why a manufacture would stick a fuse in a place like that is beyond me.. SHAME ON JAYCO
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Old 04-19-2016, 07:56 AM   #12
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Old 04-19-2016, 09:37 AM   #13
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Why a manufacture would stick a fuse in a place like that is beyond me.. SHAME ON JAYCO

Yeah, that!
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Old 04-26-2017, 11:40 AM   #14
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Can anyone please send me the wiring schematic?
I picked up my 2016 x19h a couple of days ago and have the same problem.
No 12 v power. Thought the battery was dead but measured 12v across it.

Im pretty handy at electrical jobs and my dealer is 2 hours away. Would much prefer to check it out at home before an unnecessary trip.

Also can anyone shed some light on the pic attached? my fridge isnt working, so i opened up the back panel outside and saw this wire loose. Do i assume that it goes on that terminal block?
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Can anyone please send me the wiring schematic?
I picked up my 2016 x19h a couple of days ago and have the same problem.
No 12 v power. Thought the battery was dead but measured 12v across it.

Im pretty handy at electrical jobs and my dealer is 2 hours away. Would much prefer to check it out at home before an unnecessary trip.

Also can anyone shed some light on the pic attached? my fridge isnt working, so i opened up the back panel outside and saw this wire loose. Do i assume that it goes on that terminal block?
Looks like the red wire pulled loose from the terminal next to the white wire Have you checked the 30 Amp fuse at the battery
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Old 04-26-2017, 12:07 PM   #16
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havent checked anything else yet. Will do that this evening. It is safe to assume that this red wire is supposed to be connected to the terminal next to the white wire right?

If anyone has the full schematic i would greatly appreciate it.
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Why a manufacture would stick a fuse in a place like that is beyond me.. SHAME ON JAYCO
Based on other posts, it seems Jayco is sticking it in this exact location more and more. Think that is the 3rd or 4th post where the fuse has been found just inside the front wall. This is where the OP is describing, under the front dinette/front storage behind the water heater is where the battery harness enters the HTT. Pretty sure they all the other posts were all Jay Feather line trailers too. I can only guess that they are trying to install it in a weatherproof location.

My older 19H has it about 2" from the battery where it does get a fair bit of weather. The cap on mine leaks a bit, so I do find water inside from time to time. I'm thinking moving it inside may make some sense; once you know where to look for it, you'll never forget.

ETA: But thinking about it, maybe Jayco could add another one of those stickers they love so much indicating where the main fuse is located...
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Old 04-27-2017, 09:27 AM   #18
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Well... Thanks guys for all the help... I removed a couple of panels under the dinette yesterday , found that fuse holder and replaced the fuse. The wire is pretty short so im going to cut it and relocate that fuse holder somewhere where its easier to get at. prob just a few inches away will do.
I also reattached that red wire for the fridge and everything seems to be OK now....

Id like to say thank you to you all... way more helpful than my dealer..

Another question though.
Back up camera... wired or wireless?
Any suggestions?
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WrightsCamperCorner, i'm having the same problem you had with the fuse somewhere around the dinette. I have torn apart the dinette are, removed the interior partitions located next to the water heater & storage area. i have found where my wiring comes through the floor inside the plastic conduit but I'm unable to find any other fuse.

Could you please give me a little more info as to where you were able to locate this second fuse.?

Thanks for your time

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Old 09-17-2017, 04:21 PM   #20
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Yeah, that sounds like a really lame spot for that fuse. We got back into trailering this year, and in about four weekends of using the trailer, I've blown that fuse twice. It happens. Fortunately, mine's located outside near the battery, where it oughta be.

Oh yeah, and after the first time, you can bet i stocked up on fuses of all sizes, especially 30's.
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