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I'm having trouble finding the fuse boxes inside my coach. Except I found the box in the rear, cabinet above the bed. It is a 1991 36SP. Where are the fuse boxes inside? Particularly in the front inside of coach?
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I'm having trouble finding the fuse boxes inside my coach. Except I found the box in the rear, cabinet above the bed. It is a 1991 36SP. Where are the fuse boxes inside? Particularly in the front inside of coach?
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This should answer your question and a lot of other SP Questions: (See chapter 6)

https://www.wanderlodgeownersgroup.c...36%20HANDBOOK/
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So I assume that front panel A and B are accessed from the front exterior of the coach? I know about the bedroom panel. But where is the left overhead panel?
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I just found the front overhead panel- behind the cabinet panels above the captain's chair. Not what I expected.
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Joe,
On my 89' SP36, outside, below the wipers/above the Generator is a panel that goes from side of the bus to the other - held on with spring loaded screws-I found plenty of fuses and other goodies to keep me busy!
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Which relay/breaker are you looking for?
You have the two big panels behind the breastplate, the one above the driver's head, the one in the TV antenna compartment (curbside in front of the curio/entry door) and the little one in the bedroom, mostly related to the water pump if memory serves.
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I'm trying to find a fuse for the blowers and/or thermostats for the Primus heating system. Making one last effort to get it working before I sell my bus next week. I was surprised to find a box behind a panel inside of a cabinet above the driver seat. Now I'm surprised there is another one behind the cabinet above the passenger seat. I guess I'll look in that one next. I don't think there is a fuse for the heating system behind the breast plate, according to the schematics. But maybe I need to look there also. This is a job. In my next adventure, I will have a bike and a cabana in the Caribbean. I do better tinkering with them.
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I'm trying to find a fuse for the blowers and/or thermostats for the Primus heating system. Making one last effort to get it working before I sell my bus next week. I was surprised to find a box behind a panel inside of a cabinet above the driver seat. Now I'm surprised there is another one behind the cabinet above the passenger seat. I guess I'll look in that one next. I don't think there is a fuse for the heating system behind the breast plate, according to the schematics. But maybe I need to look there also. This is a job. In my next adventure, I will have a bike and a cabana in the Caribbean. I do better tinkering with them.
Lots of fuses and relays related to Primus in my '93 were located under the floor of the rear closet. Have you looked there. It may have a false floor and a finger hole in the floor. Pull up on it and you may find more stuff.
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I'm trying to find a fuse for the blowers and/or thermostats for the Primus heating system. Making one last effort to get it working before I sell my bus next week. I was surprised to find a box behind a panel inside of a cabinet above the driver seat. Now I'm surprised there is another one behind the cabinet above the passenger seat. I guess I'll look in that one next. I don't think there is a fuse for the heating system behind the breast plate, according to the schematics. But maybe I need to look there also. This is a job. In my next adventure, I will have a bike and a cabana in the Caribbean. I do better tinkering with them.
Hang on, there's one more location, first streetside kitchen cabinet behind the electronics master, there are a few LP related breakers in the earlier SPs. Worth a look.
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Hey Joe--

My Primus fuses are in cabinet above island bed, driver side. At least, that's what Juergen wrote in Chapter 6 of the SP36 Handbook. Use the link from John Wyatt in post #2 of this thread, page thru Ch 6 til you find pictures of the fuse panels.

I haven't ever needed to replace a Primus fuse. If the boilers don't respond with a click when you press the start button, check for voltage (12V) at the boiler's 12v power source relay. This relay is a usual owner mod, so you may or may not have one. It shouldn't be hard to find in the boiler compartment. You're looking for a cube-shaped Bosch-type relay. A flashlight helps.

Good luck, Joe!
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