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Old 07-22-2011, 01:51 PM   #1
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Fuse/Circuit Breaker Location Solaris T-280

Am new to this site. Thank heaven it exists !
I have a 2000 Sunline Solaris T-280. My light fixture above the dinette and on the walls near the couch went out when trying to replace a bulb. Must have been the wrong one. Can anyone tell me where the fuse/circuit breaker box is located in this model? Never owned a camper before, as you can tell. But love it ! Thanks for any help anyone can provide.

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Old 07-22-2011, 02:30 PM   #2
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Find your converter. It should be a panel about 16"x16" down near the floor on an inside wall. It will be real close to where the shore line enters the trailer.

Use a coin, and turn the little plastic knob 1/4 turn and the upper door will swing down. When open it will look like this:

There are regular residential style circuit breakers for the 110vac stuff, and regular automotive fuses for the 12vdc stuff. Since you have a light fixture out, check the 12vdc fuses.
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Old 07-25-2011, 03:11 PM   #3
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Thanks so much for your help !!! Will be back at our campground this weekend and check it out. I know exactly where it is.

Thanks again,

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Steve,

this post was helpful to us as well. My wife's sis was putting in a 12v bulb & fried the interior lights. Must have done it replacing the bulb w/ the power on. Lisa found this thread copied it off for me & I was able to track down the spent 15A car type fuse. Getting to know our wonderful Sunline!

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