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Old 01-14-2024, 09:21 AM   #1
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Find a fuse DC circuit breaker

2014 Tuscany 44MT, The. Rear Macerator toilet has a 12v 40 amp circuit breaker in the rear electronics cabinet on the passenger side according to the wiring diagram/schematic. I cannot find this circuit breaker. Does anyone know where else it might be? Also, a photo of a DC circuit breaker would be helpful.

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Old 01-14-2024, 10:52 AM   #2
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2014 Tuscany 44MT, The. Rear Macerator toilet has a 12v 40 amp circuit breaker in the rear electronics cabinet on the passenger side according to the wiring diagram/schematic. I cannot find this circuit breaker. Does anyone know where else it might be? Also, a photo of a DC circuit breaker would be helpful.
Macerator pumps are usually protected with a self-resetting circuit breaker that looks like the ones in the link below:

https://wiringproducts.com/collectio...standard-mount

That is probably why you can't find it because you are looking for a conventional fuse. They are usually mounted stand alone. Just look for one like in the link above in that compartment.
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Old 01-15-2024, 03:13 AM   #3
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Macerator pumps are usually protected with a self-resetting circuit breaker that looks like the ones in the link below:

https://wiringproducts.com/collectio...standard-mount

That is probably why you can't find it because you are looking for a conventional fuse. They are usually mounted stand alone. Just look for one like in the link above in that compartment.
Thanks. I have found it I think. I will test it when the weather warms in a few days.
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