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firedog

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Posted: 03/10/22 08:11am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We had our slides adjusted and had a new electric mirror installed. (Both on passenger side) Once on the road I found my chair had no power. Is there a fuse or is it an electrical issue? We have a Thor class A diesel 2010. Thank you for any suggestions.

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Most common cause of no power to either front chairs is the fact that you rotated the chair too far and pulled the quick connect wiring loose at the base of the pedestal. Look on the floor just behind the seat and check the 2 wires. Doug

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Thank you!

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We had our slides adjusted. We had a brand new camera installed on the front of the vehicle. Once we got on the road, I noticed that my chair was broken. Is there a fuse for this or is it an electrical issue? We have a Thor class A diesel 2010 and need your suggestions..

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Had the same problem after my coach was in for service. Both seats wouldn't move.

I discovered they turned off the "Salesman switch" which turned off the house batteries.

On my coach the house batteries provide power to my driver and passenger seats.


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Check for 12V at the chair connector.


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Posted: 03/14/22 09:29pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

firedog....did you ever get it working?

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No we haven’t ????? My husband checked the connectors under the seat and they looked good. Is there a fuse someplace? Thank you all for trying to help!

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firedog wrote:

No we haven’t ????? My husband checked the connectors under the seat and they looked good. Is there a fuse someplace? Thank you all for trying to help!


Connectors look good, but is there 12VDC there?


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Not on topic, or perhaps it is.. But every time I read the subject of this post.... I'm thinking of a DIFFERENT kind of Electric Chair.


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