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Old 06-21-2007, 09:26 PM   #1
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BLEW A 12V FUSE ??

NEWBIE -just got 87 saturn 15.5 foot and touching things up.
so i'm wondering why the double light fixture over the sink only lights on one side - i pull the right side bulb and the other goes out. new bulb and no light at all, and the other two fixtures over the rear couch are now dead as well as the fan and light over the stove. the lights in the front and shower still good. the 30 amp fuse at the battery is good but pulling it seems to affect nothing ? i have looked high and low but find no more fuses ( it feels like a fuse thing ?) is there a fuse in the vent fan area ?
thanx in advance for suggestions
Dave
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Old 06-21-2007, 10:14 PM   #2
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Hi Dave,

I'm just as stumped as you are. In my '86, I do recall there weren't many fuses. There were breakers behind a cabinet door on the left side of the coach just in front of the couch, near the floor, but I don't remember any fuses in there. I also don't remember a converter box with fuses like the newer units have.

One suggestion besides flipping the breakers: Unscrew the light fixture from the cabinet and see if the wires are attached correctly. If one is disconnected, all the items affected by this may be wired together, so having a break in the system would cause the other things to go out.

I don't think there's a fuse in the hood vent, but it wouldn't hurt to pull the screen down just to make sure.

Good Luck,
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Old 07-03-2007, 11:05 AM   #3
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bypass done

pulled down the vent fan light fixture. no fuse.
found juice at the accessory plug so i got an accessory plug and patched it into the dead circuit. everything is good again. no smoke either. mystery unsolved but resolved.
thanx for ideas
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