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Old 04-09-2014, 12:44 PM   #1
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Default Pleasureway Breaker Location

Troubleshooting question - we have a 2000 Pleasureway Excel with the full bench electric seat/bed, recently the bed stopped working, if I apply power directly to the motor it works fine, tired a new switch and still doesn't work, no power to the switch? I have read that there are 4 self reset breakers one being for the bed? However I cannot find the location of these breakers? Would really appreciate some assistance if someone knows where they are hidden? Thanks Dez
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Old 04-09-2014, 02:10 PM   #2
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This photo might help. It is a newer Excel so they could have changed the location. The location on this model was on the passenger side in a compartment under the furnace.



The grey colored breakers in the photo will have a reset button. Often breakers that look like that are self- resetting. The breakers in the photo are manual re-settable. Look for a button to press to reset.
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Wow - appreciate the quick response. Unfortunately my older model doesn't have this easy to find access panel location? The online manual I found makes reference to the same types of breakers, but there is no diagram or indication of where they are located, just that there are 3 (4 with the electric couch)? Hoping there might be a user out there who has uncovered their hidden location. Dez
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Give PW a call, I hear they are very responsive.
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Thanks! I ran out as soon as I got the message gave it a quick try and no luck. Good to know what those are and how they work. I'm going to try it again once I'm done breakfast and had another cup of tea! Maybe I didn't push the button with enough authority.
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Email the people at Pleasure-Way.
<grantw@pleasureway.com>
Here is one of them. Once when the 2 main people who answer were away at an RV show, the manager replied! They are very helpful to all Pleasure-Way owners. It is great!
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on my 2006 PW the breakers as per the manual have "RED" trip/reset buttons...of course my trip/reset buttons are black.
sent me in a wrong direction when tracking a fault.

on my model all the electrics are on the pass side rear under the couch...the breaker panels are on the fascia under the sofa panel with wood door has 12 volt breakers referenced above, 120 VAC breakers, then 12 VDC fuse panel

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on my 2006 PW the breakers as per the manual have "RED" trip/reset buttons...of course my trip/reset buttons are black.
sent me in a wrong direction when tracking a fault.

on my model all the electrics are on the pass side rear under the couch...the breaker panels are on the fascia under the sofa panel with wood door has 12 volt breakers referenced above, 120 VAC breakers, then 12 VDC fuse panel

mike
On my 2015 PW Plateau I have hit every electrical component in board and called as well as texted PW. No answer that helped. So can anyone explain a manual bed lowering/extension?
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Hi there, we just bought a similar model (Special Edition 2000 Excel TS) and we are having the same issue. Did you ever find the fuses?
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