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Old 05-08-2018, 07:05 PM   #1
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Canít find the fuse box...

I am sure this might sound crazy, but my wife and I can not find the fuse box on our 2012 Jayco Featherlite 23B hybrid. We bought it used with no manual. I found the owners manual on line and that was no help.
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Should look something like this, press the top of the panel and it will open
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Old 05-08-2018, 07:27 PM   #3
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Thanks for the picture! My wife and I haven’t found anything like that. Do you have an idea of where it might be in the camper? In our Fleetwood popup, it was clearly out in the open and you could see it. I would think it would be the same in this Jayco hybrid..
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Hopefully someone with knowledge of your camper will chime in with the location. Usually its in the general area of where the shore power cord enters the camper since it attaches to the fuse panel
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Not sure on the 23b but my x17z is right under rear bunk near the entry door. Have seen them under the dinette seat where they are not in view.
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Thanks for the help..we just got home from our first trip with it and will check it out tomorrow during the day.
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On my moms 2007 Jayfeather, it looks like the pic and is right under the vertical edge of the bed.
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Our Ď12 X23B panel was below (maybe just right or left) of the fridge. The looked similar to the pic above.
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That is my exact HTT. It is located along the back wall under the entrance to the rear bunk.

It is dark back there so it might be hard to see.
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Our Ď12 X23B panel was below (maybe just right or left) of the fridge. The looked similar to the pic above.
that is where our furnace is located.
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that is where our furnace is located.
Jag, you are correct! Itís been 3 years since we sold it.

Silver, sorry for the wild goose chase.
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Thanks !

Thanks for all the advice! I did find the fuse box right in the back under the bunk.
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Fuse box location

The one that is under the bunk. Is that a tip out bed or a regular bunk bed?
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Our camper is similar to yours . The fuse box was on the back wall of the camper , just under our back bunk .
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Silverbuzz I found my fuse box. It was under the back bed. Everything looked okay. More to figure out. Thanks Mike Dickinson
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Solved the problem

Hello Well solved the problem with the fuse box. Everything in there was good. The problem was the battery. I somehow shorted it out during an attempt to jump start my truck. Took the battery to the local auto parts store. It tested bad and a new one was bought. Brought home installed battery. Loved to hear the refrigerator start up. WHOOPIE!
First time out with this trailer this weekend. Been twenty plus years since we have trailer camped. Wish us luck.
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