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Old 09-25-2012, 02:37 PM   #1
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No interior lights in back half of trailer

When my husband replaced a bulb and the little piece of copper that connects it the lights in the back half of the camper quit working. It is plugged in correctly and the outlets do work. We have a small breaker box with two breakers one 15 and one 20. The only fuses we can find are in the storage area at one side of the front and these are marked for the outside lights. Can anyone help? We have only had this camper a couple of months, it's a 1983, and we aren't real familiar with it. Thanks.
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Old 09-25-2012, 09:42 PM   #2
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Hi bcak,

Is this a light on the back outside of the camper? Like a turn or stop light?

Or is this a light inside the camper?

Need to know which light you are referring to as the problems can be different.

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Old 09-26-2012, 01:21 AM   #3
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It is the lights inside the camper in the back half.
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Being plugged in should make no difference the light are 12 volts should run with the battery or converter has no relation the the outlets. Inside of the converter should be some fuses you might start there there should be a small door maybe held closed with a screw in the converter box.
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Lights back on!

Thanks for being there for me on this,didn't know there was fuses in converter. i have lights in the rear of the trailer thanks to you and i leave in the morning to take my grandson hunting and this happens!THANKS AGAIN!
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