Help.... No Power To The 12v Sockets

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  1. Shandyman

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    I have a Auto Trail Cheyenne 660 SE on Fiat Ducatto 2004 and have lost power to the 12 volt sockets everything else works lights, pump etc I have changed the fuse but still no power any ideas please.

    Many Thanks

    Richard
     
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    Are you sure you have changed the right fuse? There may be an in line one perhaps?
     
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    Did this happen when you were using the 12 volts sockets or after not using the van for a while?

    (Unlikely but possible... was the replacement fuse sound?)


    JJ :cool:
     
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    It's been a while since we used the TV on 12 volt but have used the 12 volt hoover on the other sockets which was fine but no power to them either the fuse I changed was for the 12 volt socket @JJ @DBK
     
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    A while back my 12v went on my other Bessi the fuse down near the Hab /Bat had gone. Pete
     
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    Has the isolator switch been turned off by mistake? On our Burstner the switch is in the control panel above the hab door but in our previous Autoquest it was right by the entrance and easy to catch if one wasn't careful.
     
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