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Old 04-19-2014, 02:37 PM   #1
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Jayflight Heater/Fridge issues

I have a 2013 Jayswift 30 footer. We have opened up the trailer. We have Hydro but are having problems getting the heat working, fridge and the built in stereo. We are quite new to camping. This trailer is on a seasonal site. The lights work, slide works, stove works (propane). We are not sure if it is a breaker or fuse or what we are doing wrong. Can someone please give us some advice on this thanks
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Old 04-19-2014, 03:36 PM   #2
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Welcome to the forum. First thing would be to check the power center and see if any breakers are tripped.
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Old 04-19-2014, 07:59 PM   #3
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We checked the fuses and they look like they are good and we checked the breaker and it looks ok too. Does the furnace have a reset button? Also with the fridge does that have a reset, not sure what we are doing wrong, it is a new trailer and worked fine in the fall. The stereo is built in and it wont turn on at all, as i said we do have power to the trailer as the lights and microwave work fine.
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Sounds like a 12v doc fuse.
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If you have the style heater in this picture, then yes....there is a on / reset switch behind the grill. Turn the (2) tabs (top and bottom) 90 degrees to remove the cover / grill to access the switch.
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If fuses are good and breakers not tripped, I wonder if there is a loose wire since he has power to most items, but not the frig furnace and stereo? Would all those be one one circuit?
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the furnace is located under the fridge and is behind a wood panel, so we will take a look tomorrow, still dont get why the tv works etc but he stereo doesnt work It is a 2013 Jayswift 294 BHS trailer. Thought it was a fuse but cannot figure it out
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Also a quick question, do we leave the battery hooked up all season or unplug it as we have hydro, the book says nothing about that at all
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Not sure what type of fridge you have. Did you pull the outside vent panel and make sure it's plugged in? A lot of the exterior fridge plug receptacles have a reset on them as well.
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