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I purchased a 1998 Barth Motor Coach 29 ft and am upgrading/remodeling the interior. The electric stairs have stopped working. The motor seems to be fine...I have searched for the fuses in the panel on the front dash as well as the panel under the kitchen sink area but can’t find a fuse for it. Is there a third fuse panel somewhere else? I don’t see any other possible places....
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A few photos of remodel.....actually having difficulty uploading photos
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The usual culprit is the wiring at the step itself.


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Check the big red wire @ the step plug and the green wire @ the frame. That is the power wires to the step. Then check `the door switch and wiring to it, that is where most problems are.

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