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Normally the breaker box will always be inside, it may have a wood finished panel like the rest of your cabinets, try looking under the fridge, on the outside base of the bed, under the bed and in the closet area, in all your upper cabinets, they will stick these breaker panels inside 99% of the time so you have quick access to them. IF you do not have power to the outlets also make sure you do not have a tripped GFI, these will be outlets with a test and reset on them, they are normally in the bathroom and or galley....
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SO this is what the manual says it shows the panel and it looks plastic and has a cover on the left side that you can remove near the right side or some slots which would be to help air circulate.
The Load Center contains 12VDC fuses and 120VAC circuit breakers for almost all of the electrical appliances and circuits in the RV. The 120V Main Breaker (if so equipped) is located in this panel and will turn off all 120-volt power to the recreation vehicle. The load center is a hinged panel typically attached to a cabinet face in the main living area. Locations will vary by model. Refer to the diagram inside the Load Center for specific fuse assignments. Most load centers contain the same components, but they may be positioned differently. Not all load centers will include a main breaker.
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