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Old 07-23-2016, 08:01 PM   #1
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Circuit breaker location 2011 Jay feather Select 28 u

I'm trying to locate the circuit breaker on my 2011 jay feather 28U. Can anyone help me?
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Old 07-23-2016, 08:20 PM   #2
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you might check out the black box mounted in the end of the bed near the floor like shown in this photo...



Most of the the time they are under the fridge but didn't see that when looking at google photos...

The 120VAC Circuit breakers are located in the same chassis the Converter/Charger unit is located in. The 120VAC Power Distribution is one side and the 12VDC Fuses are on the other...

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Thanks for the reply, Roy, but that the converter under the be is the first place I looked. Not there.
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Curious what the model number is for your converter...

My converter/charger unit is installed in the bottom compartment of WFCO WF8900 series Power Distribution Panel... Looks like this with the door opened...



The top section is the 120VAC Circuit Breakers and 12VDC Fuses and the bottom compartment houses the converter/charger unit...

I guess the newer trailers are doing it differently now...

Have you looked under the seats of the table area... They used to look like the above photo...

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You can always contact JAYCO with your trailer VIN NUMBER and they will tell you...

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Thanks to everyone

I found them on the outer panel of the converter box. The second picture led me right to them. Wè popped the breaker on the post at the campground this afternoon and it made me think that I didn't know where the breakers were on the trailer itself Problem solved! Thanks to all who respondèd!
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