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Old 03-17-2012, 06:02 PM   #1
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Where are fuses located?

I see the breaker box but do not see the fuses. 2010 Jayco Feathlite Select 29L.

I plugged in my trailer and EVERYTHING is dead. NO POWER. I noticed 2 breakers tripped. Could it be blown fuses? What else? It has not been plugged in since last Novemember. Thanks.
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Old 03-17-2012, 06:08 PM   #2
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Could it be since the battery is dead it will not do anything? Do I need to let the battery charge a day or so?
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Old 03-17-2012, 09:11 PM   #3
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On mine the fuses are right next to the breakers. There is also a main fuse by the battery. Make sure the tripped breakers are turned all the way off, then turn them back on. This resets the tripped breaker. Even with a dead battery when plugged into shore power you should have power in the trailer. As for the battery did you disconnect the battery when you stored the trailer? If not your battery has been dead since November due to parasitic power drains from the LP/CO alarm and radio. If so It may not take a charge again after being completely discharged for that long.m

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Also check the battery disconnect switch if you have one installed.
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Welcome Zack and hello. I hope you can re-condition battery. I just learned this lesson about trickle/float/battery maintenance charging the hard way. Had to buy 2 new 6 volt batteries for this year, and a battery charger (intelligent), which, one day I may be as well. ;-0

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