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Old 12-01-2023, 11:18 AM   #1
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Looking for OEM 12v Circuit Breakers for 2005 Winnebago Voyage

Hi All,

I had my refrigerator die out on me, took it to the shop and they found I was only getting about 9v to the service line. Took them a while to trace back to faulty 12v circuit breakers. They cannot find the OEM breakers that have a screw on one side and lug on the other. They can find with screws on both sides or lugs on both sides, but not the mixed. One had already been replaced and they used a jumper to connect it.

I was hoping some of you may have experienced this and found a OEM replacement or have suggestions on where to look.

Thanks,
Matt
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Hi All,

I had my refrigerator die out on me, took it to the shop and they found I was only getting about 9v to the service line. Took them a while to trace back to faulty 12v circuit breakers. They cannot find the OEM breakers that have a screw on one side and lug on the other. They can find with screws on both sides or lugs on both sides, but not the mixed. One had already been replaced and they used a jumper to connect it.

I was hoping some of you may have experienced this and found a OEM replacement or have suggestions on where to look.

Thanks,
Matt
If my memory serves me correctly it is a common breaker. Take it to a local electrical supply house. They should be able to match it or call Precision Circuits directly. I think this is who makes your panel: https://www.precisioncircuitsinc.com...ntrol-systems/
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