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LX and LXI (Unique Issues) If you have a unique issue with your LX or LXI model coach and it can't be answered in one of the other forums here, then this is where you can list it, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THOSE ISSUES INVOLVED WITH ANY LAWSUIT.....list your LX and LXI Parts here too.

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Default What is this fuse for?

I have a 15amp push to reset fuse that is tripped. It is located in the front load center behind the foot rest. I looked thru my diagrams but I can't see what it is protecting.
I have not noticed anything not working.
I guess before I reset it. I want to figure out what it is for.
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Is that purple wire the one that is connected to it? Because that looks like a wire that was added as the others appear to be OEM and to have the same bend in them and wire numbers but its hard to tell in that picture.
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Is that purple wire the one that is connected to it? Because that looks like a wire that was added as the others appear to be OEM and to have the same bend in them and wire numbers but its hard to tell in that picture.
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Yes the purple wire is connected to it. I think there is a #20 or #70 on that wire.
My load center papers do not have a lay out for the fuses.

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Yes the purple wire is connected to it. I think there is a #20 or #70 on that wire.
My load center papers do not have a lay out for the fuses.

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I agree with Sky. The way that wire is routed is not the Bluebird way. That very likely is an PO ad-on and the schematic most likely won't tell you what you want to know.
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I don't know why BB didn't provide a label on the inside of the door to show what is what there. They did it for the outside panel under the drivers window. I know the air step is there somewhere. Mine was down till I hit all the resets and it came back. I metered all the fuses and circuit breakers too. Just don't know what is what. Same for the upper DC panel.
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I don't know why BB didn't provide a label on the inside of the door to show what is what there. They did it for the outside panel under the drivers window. I know the air step is there somewhere. Mine was down till I hit all the resets and it came back. I metered all the fuses and circuit breakers too. Just don't know what is what. Same for the upper DC panel.
You are correct. I don't know why they do not have schematics for the fuses at the load centers. I do have a layout for the front lower load center but it is very hard to make out what it says.
My coach does not have a front upper load center. I have a lower front behind foot rest, rear load center in cabinet above bed and the one under the drivers side window.
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Is there an extra cigarette lighter plug somewhere close.
I agree with the rest. That does not look like a factory install.
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