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Old 05-16-2021, 09:15 AM   #1
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Circuit breaker reset?

Hello there:
New owner of a 2014 Lil Snoozy that I am working on, and have never saw a fuse? switch? panel like this before. What are the little "squeezable" bulbs for on the bottom of the panel? Where are the circuit breakers and how do you re-set them? Took off a wiring panel cover and saw some breaker-like square boxes, labeled with max amps, lying under a bunch of wiring, but they don't appear to have a re-set switch? Do these circuit breakers re-set by themselves when fault is cleared? Do I need to disconnect and remove bunches of wires to get at the circuit breaker re-set?
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Old 05-16-2021, 09:51 AM   #2
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I've seen quite a bit of wiring, but not specifically Lil Snoozy wiring.

Can you post some photos showing what you are talking about?

Then I (or others who know more than I) might be able to help more.
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Old 05-16-2021, 12:48 PM   #3
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Hello there:
New owner of a 2014 Lil Snoozy that I am working on, and have never saw a fuse? switch? panel like this before. What are the little "squeezable" bulbs for on the bottom of the panel? Where are the circuit breakers and how do you re-set them? Took off a wiring panel cover and saw some breaker-like square boxes, labeled with max amps, lying under a bunch of wiring, but they don't appear to have a re-set switch? Do these circuit breakers re-set by themselves when fault is cleared? Do I need to disconnect and remove bunches of wires to get at the circuit breaker re-set?
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From your description, I'd say those are the resets for the circuit breakers. Not "squeezable" but made to push to reset. Your description matches what my trailer has.
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Old 05-19-2021, 05:10 PM   #4
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Here are a picture of the front and back of power distribution center, with cover removed from back to show wiring.Click image for larger version

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The toggle switches on the left with the amperage printed on them are marine circuit breakers. The rubber covered things on the right appear to be weatherproof switches.
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