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I do electrical work. when it comes to car/vehicles. I pull all the fuses and look at them. This does 2 things. First you know the fuse is good. Second it gets rid of corrosion problems. Too many times I used a test light for fuses to find fuses were good. Too many times I had to pull a fuse to get power the the back side of it. I threw my test lights away.
There is a fuse for the auto park that you need to check and also make sure that the reservoir under the winnebago isn"t leaking. There is a green switch under the motor home on the hydraulic unit for the brake that goes bad quit often.