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Old 10-06-2014, 09:01 AM   #1
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Starcraft question

We recently purchased a 2012 29BH Starcraft TT. Where can I find the main fuse / circuit breaker box ? I looked several places and couldnt find it. Also, I see on the outside rear of the TT it says low drains. I looked under but did not see anything, but couldn't look real good as back was bothering me. Would most appreciate any and all help on these two issues. Thank You in advance.
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Old 10-06-2014, 10:02 AM   #2
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I would guess the fuse/breaker panel would be below either the fridge or the oven. Should be a dark colored panel that you push to open, it'll be a plastic louvered panel.

As for the Low Point drains out back, the valves should be inside the trailer immediately above that point (or close) look under the vanity/sink, and in that floorplan (?) they could be under the rear bunk, perhaps behind the water heater? When you find them, if you pull up on the T-handle for the valve, water should begin flowing out of those hoses.
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Old 10-06-2014, 01:22 PM   #3
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Thank you so much Bob. I will be at the camper this week to winterize it. Those valves are probably under the rear bunk as you suggested. As far as the breaker panel, I could be wrong but I thought I already looked under the fridge and stove but maybe I didnt. We only used it one time this year as we purchased it just this year, but was too busy to use it. (And I am retired, go figure) I am just always busy around the home, or in our landscapes, lol. Grandkids along with my wife and I are looking forward to next camping season though. Thanks again.
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Thank you so much Bob. I will be at the camper this week to winterize it. Those valves are probably under the rear bunk as you suggested. As far as the breaker panel, I could be wrong but I thought I already looked under the fridge and stove but maybe I didnt. We only used it one time this year as we purchased it just this year, but was too busy to use it. (And I am retired, go figure) I am just always busy around the home, or in our landscapes, lol. Grandkids along with my wife and I are looking forward to next camping season though. Thanks again.
No problem! I hope I could be of help!

With a brief internet search, I couldn't find any good pics of the inside of your TT, so I was just guessing about the breaker panel. Though it should be somewhere along the floor somewhere. Some are under the fridge, mine is under the stove, some are under the dinette, some are at the bottom of a stack of cabinets... you get the idea...

This is a stock photo of my kitchen, that's the breaker panel just below the stove:
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OK

Yeah, that is how it was on our old camper, sorta like yours is now.
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