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Old 05-15-2019, 03:28 PM   #1
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Question Electriacal problem

Dinning room over head light does not work and the awning lights dont come on. Check 15 amp fuses and they all seen to be ok. Please help and Thank You!!

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Old 05-15-2019, 03:54 PM   #2
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The dining overhead would be AC powered, I believe, so no fuse there. Check your breakers. Not sure about the awning lights. If you list your model and year, someone can probably be more help to you.
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There is no telling what voltage his dining light is. We have two similar lights on the large slide ceiling, and one is 12 volts DC and the other is 120 volts AC. Until you physically check the bulb, you won't know which it is. The fuses must be checked with a meter, either by voltage check which can be done by inserting a probe of the volt meter into the little holes of the fuse, with the other probe to ground, and if the fuse is good, you will read voltage in both holes. The other way is with the meter in the ohms mode, checking the fuse removed and across the two terminals. With the fuse removed, and if it is blown, the open fuse should be visible. He could have a bad bulb in the light and the other problem with the awning light could be unrelated.
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X2, What rohrmann says, My dining light 12 volt, but my wall light right next to it 120 volt.
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