I see the end of a thick red cable posted to the circuit board, but not sure if that is for 12v or the shore power line? You should be able to use a multimeter on the battery and plug the system in and see it raise from current charge to a higher voltage coming from the converter. My problem started about a year ago when the factory radio would not shut off but no sound would come out. I guessed high on everything and 6 gauge was conservative. Your symptoms imply that your battery is low and not fully charged. There are no breaker or fuse problems.
Everyone in campgrounds seems to be purchasing surge protectors these days. Then there are your Circuit breakers. The coach only has power when connected to shore power. Twenty panels 285 to 300 watts would definitely add a tremendous amount of power regardless of time of year. If I unplug the ground from the thermostat, the ground reads 14. It is really hard to get the rv guys out there to look at it as we did not buy the camper from them and they serve the buyers first.
When I plug the car into the boat trailer, everything works as it should. It could even be a situation where you are using too many 12-volt operated items at one time for the converter to keep up. A 12-volt problem can cause failure of other appliances and systems if they have 12-volt power to their controls. Before you start with any hands-on troubleshooting, keep in mind that safety comes first. What can be the problem? Understand that your awning is a simple device that if power is applied to it it will operate in one direction and if the power is applied in the opposite direction, it will operate in the other direction.
I assume you are in a campsite and your motorhome is plugged into a standard campsite power box? Question: My trailer, when plugged into shore power, has no power. We had a generator with us so we had 110V power. Anyway, with only one half of your ac-voltage missing, I suspect your real cause is your campsite power at the campsite panel. If you have a double battery setup, it is probably 2- 6-volt batteries. Also, your Water Heater will not operate if there is no water in the heater tank.
All the fuses are good. Every few months this repeats again. Question: The galley, bathroom, and left exterior light on my lance lite 835 camper are not working. Can you give me some advise on what to do first? There are so many things that we can do wirelessly now. That's a little high and could cause some of your accessories or appliances to be damaged. It all goes into making every Winnebago Industries motorhome a better motorhome experience. Bob I could have used this fuse block info particularly the type of fuse block about 10 months ago when I was building out my van.
Parallax also provides 45- and 55- amp converters and breaker panels separately. It is not unusual for a campground's power to vary greatly. Check this by lighting one of your stove burners. During this time, we had the generators checked out by 4 different shops, never found a problem with the generators. Check the age of the battery, check the wter level in the battery, and if it doesn't charge properly, you probably should replace it. It is evening now, and nowhere is open. No capacitors to smooth the current caused arcing across the 5 resistors that set voltage.
The 12-volt output of your converter likely goes through two 30-amp fuses that feed your 12-volt fuse panel. The smaller gauge wires may very well be from a solar charging system. It may be necessary to disassemble the converter box to access this resistor. At first we purchased the Converter only and thought we would replace it ourselves, but we could not remove the small wiring from the panel. I have checked the Ground, All fuses I could find behind fridge, Converter panel, Under fridge next to furnace with no blown fuses of breaker. One thing you can check is possible oxidation on your power cord contacts.
Your question is impossible to answer with what you have told me. You may or may not have one but some campers do. Fuses and all on the right side are ok. Is there some a reset that I need to do to reboot? This is what the tech guy said from the help center. You real problem is with your wiring at the manual switches.
Switching various lights or the refrigerator off would silence the alarm, but when turned back on, the alarm would sound again. If the lamps are the proper ones they should never burn out, which would indicate a high voltage. Which I did and system seemed to be fine. Typically, there is one fuse box under the hood that has the higher current fuses for the engine equipment. Let me know if you need more info. As to your lights, they operate on your Coach batteries which are kept charged by your Converter Charger.
So from now on to add anything all I have to do is strip and connect a spade connector onto the wire coming from the item, loosen the screws on the fuse block, slide the spade connector under neath it and re-tighten the screw. Question: We have a 1988 Terry Resort. Also, your battery being at such a low level of 7. One over the couch and one over the table. This can happen with an old battery, or when you haven't checked the water level in the battery.