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Old 09-09-2017, 01:18 PM   #1
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State: Alabama
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THOR #8541
Trailer light fuse

We tow a 24' pontoon boat with our Thor 37BG Outlaw class A motor home and always unplug the trailer lights before putting the trailer in the water. This last time the plug got plugged in too soon and the water in the lights on the trailer was enough to blow the fuse.
So I am writing this FYI to let anyone else know that there are a lot of fuses on multiple panels in this MH. The trailer light fuse is F22 on the lower panel under the steering wheel on the left side. Not easy to get too even with the drivers chair swiveled! (No drivers side door) It was a good thing I had an assortment of fuses.
The lights were supposed to be the submersible style but the seals must have gone bad over time and let in water. Have now resealed.
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