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Default Digitell Panel and bed overhead panel, no power

The digitell panel over dinette is no longer displaying tank levels, time, or alarms. The panel over bed is no longer displaying time.


I'm assuming they're related and both worked prior to my last trip.


I checked fuse panel in overhead bin, looks good.


Is there a less obvious fuse location to check?
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Have you lost power to your electronics master?
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I have had this happen on my LXI a few times . Turn off the master power switch and then turn it back on if you have one .
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Should I try disconnecting batteries/re connecting batteries? Not sure about a master 12v switch.
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These two threads might help. And someone said the M380 electronics are complicated

https://www.wanderlodgeownersgroup.c...ad.php?t=23364

https://www.wanderlodgeownersgroup.c...ad.php?t=28593
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THere are a couple glass fuses in the load center by the electronic master.
Also check that big relay in the rear of that load center.
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I had an issue like that with my overhead bed digital panel,
one day it just didn't have power,

I scratched my head and tested circuits for a couple days
before I sat down and thought about what did I do last?

I was working on my Primus unit,

up front in the drivers overhead cabinet
there is a switch next to the summer/winter switch
apparently it provides power to the digital bedroom panel.

I don't know why?
Hope your issue is that simple!
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Thanks all. Wire number 30 in the bin over couch was loose at the glass fuse. Gave it a squeeze with pliers, good to go.
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THere are a couple glass fuses in the load center by the electronic master.
Also check that big relay in the rear of that load center.
Ditto to glass fuse in load center. I had this happen and although the low amp fuse (~1amp) looked ok to me, I pulled it and a younger person (good eyesight) pointed out that the filament was broken towards the end.

I start there. Hope this helps.

Nevermind

Speaking of bad eyesight. Now I see that you have already fixed it.
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I'm happy to get something fixed this weekend. The list continues to grow......
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