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Old 08-07-2016, 06:18 PM   #1
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hello i'm new to this site so bear with me. i have a Sunline 15-1/2 sb trailer the interior lights on the front are not working that would be over table and upper bunk and in bathroom. in the back all lights work and all outlets work through out camper is there a fuse panel somewhere in the camper beside the one on left font side (marker,turn) need help on getting them working.
PS light did work one shorted out now i have this problem
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hello i'm new to this site so bear with me. i have a Sunline 15-1/2 sb trailer the interior lights on the front are not working that would be over table and upper bunk and in bathroom. in the back all lights work and all outlets work through out camper is there a fuse panel somewhere in the camper beside the one on left font side (marker,turn) need help on getting them working.
PS light did work one shorted out now i have this problem
As we've advised many folks before you in previous threads, in the older Sunlines, there are two fuse blocks. The one you've found is for the stop, turn, and tail lights only.

The second one is for the rest of the trailer including the interior lighting and appliances. The fuse block for that is somewhere in your rig, possibly in the back of cupboard or behind a pull-out drawer or maybe in a compartment under a bench seat or the bed. What you have to do is a systematic search of the unit from stem to stern. You might also look for small panels that are held in place with visible screws. Sometimes the fuse block is there.

If you can locate the hot wire from the trailer battery and trace it back into the trailer, it will terminate at this fuse panel and (if you have one) the 110vac convertor.
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Find your battery charger. When plugged in listen for the fan/hum. There may be a drop down cover on the front that will access more fuses. maybe!
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Some converters had a fuse panel inside it will have a small cover held in place by a screw.
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Thank you that is just where I found it I appreciate your help I would have not look there
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