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Old 05-31-2020, 04:19 PM   #1
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Default 2008 Roadtrek 210 porch , and inside lights dead

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I'm having a problem with the inside lights on the passenger side. Starting at the bathroom .... The bathroom light, and the two lights directly over the passenger side bed/settee are not working. Starting at the center light over the couch/bed the lights work. And, also the porch light does not work.
I took a look at the archives and could not find anything that helped me with this. I have searched for a fuse/breaker that might be bad and have not found any.
Any ideas
this is a 2008 roadtrek 210 popular .... On a Chevy chassis..
Thanks in advance for any help
Michael
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Old 05-31-2020, 04:59 PM   #2
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If you have checked 12v fuses in your power center, then can you check for power at the light switches? Easier to check there than at the bulbs.
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Rare I suppose, but fuses can look good be bad, once here. I would replace the fuse involved because it is easy, quick.
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shot in the "dark"


and applies to some Pleasure Ways mid 2000's


there are DC circuit breakers which look like black sugar cubes- when tripped a "red" tab will project and the solution is to press it back in


In my 2006 Lexor van the tab is gray and hard to see unless laying on the floor
a quick look following the manual instructions for a red tab are fruitless


maybe roadtrek used similar breakers?


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shot in the "dark"
maybe roadtrek used similar breakers?
Yes, but they were automatic reset, no button.
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Old 06-03-2020, 04:33 PM   #6
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Hi
it may be rare, but you got it in one. Put a different 10 amp fuse in and it worked.
I suspect that the outside porch light is bad, so now I'm looking for a replacement.
I would like to have it solar, but even more importantly I would like it to work with the switch only. In other words no motion activation.
Thanks for your help and safe travels
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