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Old 11-26-2020, 11:19 PM   #1
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12 volt power supply issue

I have a 2015 sunset trail 30bh. The fan in the bathroom and the awning lights stopped working. It makes me think there is an inline fuse that has burnt out or a GFI needs to be reset. The only GFI I can find is in the kitchen under the upper cabinet. I cant find any inline fuse and really don't know where to start looking. Can anyone help?
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GFI is for 120v only. Check out your 12v fuses.
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I have a 2015 sunset trail 30bh. The fan in the bathroom and the awning lights stopped working. It makes me think there is an inline fuse that has burnt out or a GFI needs to be reset. The only GFI I can find is in the kitchen under the upper cabinet. I cant find any inline fuse and really don't know where to start looking. Can anyone help?
Both the fan and the awning lights are 12 volt. There are no inline fuses in your RV. Can you tell us, did both of these things go out at the same time?
The first place to look is the fuse panel. There is a row of fuses, check each one, as they are often mis-labeled or used for more than one device.
The awning lights are a very common problem, they burn out very quickly. If you find power to the light, I recommend aftermarket strips.
The fan motor can go bad too. Check for power at the fan. Mine got noisy, I replaced it with a much nicer Maxxair fan.
Let us know what you find, it may help others.
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Is your bathroom fan a Fantastic Fan or a Maxair Fan or is it a standard little 4 inch fan..? Also how is it turned on and off, at the fan or a wall switch..? Lastly since this is an older post has your issue been resolved since your first post..?
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