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Old 08-27-2017, 10:38 PM   #6
petew
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
Model: Vegas 24.1
State: North Carolina
Posts: 292
THOR #5374
Well I fixed it.. With no help from my Thor paperwork.
What I found is that the HVAC fuses on my 24.1 are located in the fuse box which is in the external storage bin directly behind the driver side front wheel.

The bottom fuse in that fuse box is a 25amp unit that controls the HVAC fan , the fuse above that is HVAC related also.
The 25 amp fuse was blown and once replaced I had a/c.

This storage bin also contains what I believe to be the slide controller for the bunk located over the drivers area.

I am glad that this happened while I was at home and not on the road. The fix was simple enough it was just a matter of locating the problem.
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