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Old 07-12-2012, 04:57 PM   #1
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Bedroom lights

My wife and i were just hanging out in trailer with ac on because its cooler than the house.
The light (12v) above the bed burned out a few weeks ago, so laying there we poped the blub and then discovered that we lost half the interior lights and the one outside.
There must be an in line 20 amp fuse some where. or do all the blubs have to be in?? but i tried that and no go. unless the were not in tight.
My guess is a inline fuse, but not sure where it is
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Did you check fuses at the converter?
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no, would i be looking for a inline fuse on the hot line. or is it located in a box of some sort.
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I think the fuse will be inside the converter box. Look behind cabinet doors until you find the converter. You may have to remove a screw from the front of the converter to get to the fuses. Don't know what unit you have so it is a guess. For instance mine is behind a door below the sink. But, since the lights are 12V they will be running off of the 12V converter.
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There must be an in line 20 amp fuse some where. or do all the blubs have to be in?? but i tried that and no go. unless the were not in tight.
My guess is a inline fuse, but not sure where it is
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Hi Jim,

The lights are wired in parallel. It does not matter if 1 bulb is out or not, the others should work if there is power.

As was said, check the fuse at the converter where ever it is in your camper. The 12 volts circuits are usually fused there that feed the rest of the camper.

If all fuses are OK then by some strange chance the wire in the light you fiddled with become unhooked and the wire may be feeding all the rest. The wiring is behind the fixture. Just unscrew it and buried in the wall or ceiling is a bundle of wire most likely wire nutted to the next fixture.

Odds are higher it is the fuse. You may have accidentally shorted the system fiddling with the bulb.

Hope this helps

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