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Old 08-20-2017, 10:09 PM   #1
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Went camping this weekend and had my first issue with my Fun Finder F214WSD. When I turned on my outside light it seemed as if a fuse had blown. I lost power not only to the light but also the water pump, water heater, and slide out. Opened up the electrical panel and discovered no fuses except for a small 5 amp. that wasn't blown. Looked high and low with no luck finding a way to solve my problem. Luckily the awning retracted but I had to manually retract the slide out to get home. That took awhile to find out how to accomplish that task, Thank god for the internet! Spent the last morning without water, hot or cold and then most of the morning getting the slide out in before check out time. I was going to call the RV dealer to look at it but thought I try here first to see if anyone might have an answer. Is there a breaker/ fuse, that I can't find, that would be causing the issue. Any help would be GREATLY appreciated.

Thanks in advance Ken
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Old 08-24-2017, 11:39 AM   #2
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We have the same camper (2013). Our slide controller is under the bathroom sink. The water heater is the last 15 amp breaker switch on the electrical panel under the refrigerator. I can send pictures if you need them.
Hope this helps you!
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