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Old 07-03-2013, 11:46 AM   #1
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Converter Playing Hide-and-Seek - Eagle Pop-Up 1997

Hi! My first post here...
Happy new owner of 1997 Jayco 10' Fold-Down Camper.
We looked and looked, but could not find the power converter. Please, would someone give me a hint, if I solemnly swear I already read every single word in the manual? (I do.)
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Old 07-07-2013, 11:56 AM   #2
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Not sure if this is the same as yours but it's the black thing at 0:44 in the vid.
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Old 07-07-2013, 04:34 PM   #3
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Look right behind the fuse panel.. they are often there..
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Not sure if this is the same as yours but it's the black thing at 0:44 in the vid.
Thanks so much. Crawled into the trailer, and sure 'nough! Here's what it looks like inside, once I reefed on the top of the black cover and got it open:
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So -- now I know where the fuses are! Between that, and (with the help of the good folks in this jaycoowners forum) knowing where the shut-off-interior-light-safety-switch is, I should be able to fix my problem.
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Look right behind the fuse panel.. they are often there..
Thank you for your help. Trouble is, I didn't know where the fuse panel was -- but the video N.S.Runner posted helped me.
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