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If anyone has access to a wiring diagram for this model, it would be greatly appreciated. From what I can tell so far, there is one main cable coming off the positive side of house battery to the generator. There are also two wires, one white and one blue,coming off the same positive terminal to a fuse block containing two fuses. Those two wires then go under the coach and up into the bulkhead behind the driver's side seat. So far, that's all I can see. No fuse panel anywhere other than the two fuses I just mentioned. Thanks
Jim


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If anyone has access to a wiring diagram for this model, it would be greatly appreciated. From what I can tell so far, there is one main cable coming off the positive side of house battery to the generator. There are also two wires, one white and one blue,coming off the same positive terminal to a fuse block containing two fuses. Those two wires then go under the coach and up into the bulkhead behind the driver's side seat. So far, that's all I can see. No fuse panel anywhere other than the two fuses I just mentioned. Thanks
Jim
The white wire has a 40 amp fuse in it and among other things, controls the dc lights. The blue wire has a 30 amp fuse in it and controls the frig.


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Don't Know what converter you have. You may check and see if there are fuses in the converter to your light circuits. Is your fridge 12 vdc only.


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Jim, just follow those wires and write lines on the paper where they go. Soon you will have that wiring diagram! Bravo Thumbs Up ROTFLMAO


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These might have partial info~~~

http://www.bdub.net/wirediagrams/

http://forum.73-87chevytrucks....e27ff2&topic=11766.0


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