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Old 11-28-2021, 10:27 PM   #1
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2021 Adventurer 35F Fuse popped help

I have a 2021 Winnebago Adventurer 35F. One of the coach circuit breakers popped and won't reset. I want to check the fuses, but I can't find them. Does anyone know where they are located?
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Old 11-29-2021, 07:47 AM   #2
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That is the only fuse. It’s on a circuit breaker not a individual fuse. Looks like the Rest Easy sofa has a wiring problem?
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I don't have a rest easy sofa. My sofa has no power/electrical parts at all. It's a manual sofa bed.
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Whoa! Why would there be a “Sofa” breaker then????
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If you remove the 4 screws in the corners of the breaker panel and carefully pull it out you can get the two or three letter code off the wire coming off the back of that circuit breaker. You can post the wire ID on this thread or download and look up the Wire ID description from the winnebago industries web site. That will help with troubleshooting.

Since it's a 20 amp circuit breaker I doubt it is for "sofa" area lighting or 12V power outlets, that normally would have been a 15.

They used to custom build the wiring harness and circuit breaker panel for each individual unit so if you did not have the "sofa" that circuit breaker position would have had a blank plug in the space and there would not have been any wire in the harness for it. Can't say what they are doing in 2021 model builds. That said, Winnebago does run wires and have fuse/breaker positions for some things that were options even if they were not on the unit or not. This was true of the bed above the cab optional feature in my 2015 Vista, that my unit was not built with.
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Old 11-30-2021, 10:45 AM   #6
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Just to explain further the good advice given above:

You have a 12V circuit breaker panel. When a circuit overloads whether it is by the appliance it is connected to drawing too much current or a wire touching ground, the circuit breaker will pop. Pushing it in resets it, but if the fault still exists it will not reset which is what you are seeing.

Trace that wire to where it goes. Even if you do not have a powered couch, the RV builder often leaves a circuit available and if that circuit touches ground it will cause what you are seeing. Also if that is what it is, then just disconnect the wire at the back of the breaker and forgetaboutit.

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Old 11-30-2021, 11:04 AM   #7
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Thank you for all of the help! I am not comfy with messing around with wiring. Not sure why there's a circuit breaker labelled sofa, when there's no power to my sofa. Maybe it's for my loft bed, since the loft won't come down (and there's no sound coming from the left bed motor, so it's not like the motor is running and it's jammed or anything).

I've scheduled an appointment with General RV for it, since it's still under warranty.

Thank you again for all the suggestions/info!
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Breakers also fail. I'd start my testing by disconnecting the house battery, then pushing in the breaker. It should stay in. It's likely okay, but it's the first place to start just the same. BTW: They also can get weak, and start popping at a lower draw than rated too, but I doubt that's your issue here.
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