backup camera fuze location

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                                                  I have a 2007 Winnebago outlook. I      accidentally damaged the cable going to the backup camera. It has been repaired, but I have no power going to the monitor. I can "hot wire" from a 12 volt source and the monitor works. I cannot find a blown fuse in any of the panels. Winnebago customer service has been unable to help. Any help?
 

Alfa38User

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and...  it appears to be the wrong one, the docs are incorrect, or interpretation of the fuse block or its designations???.

A voltmeter to check the voltage on both sides of a fuse or use an ohmmeter on the fuse itself after removing it. Looking is not a good method to check fuses as the smallest crack in the fuse material disables them.
 

John Canfield

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Charles - looks like you have a Ford chassis 12V issue then as far as I can tell from the wiring diagram.  The 12V source side of that fuse goes to "Ford Wiring."  I'm out of ideas.
 
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