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Old 04-18-2020, 03:02 PM   #1
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Hello all,
Im new to the forum , but have owned my Crossroads Cruiser(2008) since 2011. I had it in storage for six years , after my divorce and have finally gone back to camping for the past year.
My heater was working when we arrived but has gone out. We have lights, but not all outlets are working. Were out on our first trip of the year. Brrr, thank goodness for space heaters.
I think I blew a fuse, but I cannot remember where the fuse box is. It feels like every time Ive taken out Big Bertha, I learn something new.
Well out into the cold I go...
Warmly,
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Old 04-19-2020, 08:58 AM   #2
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Sarah please post which model Cruiser you have. It will help us help you. Your panel is probably located behind a brown plastic cover/panel door near the floor. Its about 10" x 12". Open the door and you will find the 12v fuses and the 120v breakers. A red light should be on next to any fuse that has burned out. You reset the breakers by switching them off and then switching them on again. Once you have done that, report back and we can go from there. Things we will ask are....
Which plugs/outlets are not working.
Are ALL the lights working.
Explain in more detail what happened to the heater - does the fan work and blow cold air, etc

We are here to help but we need more info.
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Old 04-20-2020, 06:54 AM   #3
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Usually near the entrance as said near the floor. My door has to be pushed in to open it. Push in pops open. Let us know if you find it!
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Check for GFI's that may have tripped. That could affect the outlets that are not working.
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Old 04-22-2020, 03:10 PM   #5
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Thanks , Stan.
I had actually found it after having my morning coffee and putting on my thinking cap.
Thank you for you response.
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Any progress ? Was it a tripped breaker?
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It was the breaker & I found the box.
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Glad to help out. And thanks for letting us know what the issue was - often that does not happen.
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