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Old 06-13-2018, 07:02 PM   #1
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New to us Excursion 35B

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We are the proud owners of a 2015 Excursion 35B. We just got home with it, no 50a/30a hookup yet. So generator only for a week or so. I have it parked and on the jacks. I'm working my way through this thing, doing some minor work on it. When I shut it down for the night are there any system/battery switches to be set?

I already have. FET overload flashing on the Magnum panel. Looks like the learning phase has started.

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FET Overload - This fault message indicates the inverter/charger has
shut down because the internal FET's (Field Effect Transistor's) have quickly
exceeded a safe operating temperature. When the FET's have cooled, the
unit will require a manual restart to resume operation.
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Old 06-19-2018, 10:52 AM   #3
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Congrats on your new rig! I can't help you with your questions, but I am sure others will. I hope your family gets years of trouble free use out of your coach.
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Old 06-19-2018, 12:25 PM   #4
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FET Overload - This fault message indicates the inverter/charger has
shut down because the internal FET's (Field Effect Transistor's) have quickly
exceeded a safe operating temperature. When the FET's have cooled, the
unit will require a manual restart to resume operation.
Thank you, I managed to get the inverter reset.
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Thank you, I hope we do also.
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Old 06-19-2018, 02:45 PM   #6
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Hi ScopeGuard,
We have a 2015 35B bought new October 2015. Ours is kept at a covered storage facility, whenever being stored, the battery disconnect switches above the entry door are de-energized and the battery disconnect in the inverter bay is turned to off. If you don't have them, contact Fleetwood for a complete set of diagrams/schematics. Give them your VIN and they will e-mail you a zipped file.
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Hi ScopeGuard,
We have a 2015 35B bought new October 2015. Ours is kept at a covered storage facility, whenever being stored, the battery disconnect switches above the entry door are de-energized and the battery disconnect in the inverter bay is turned to off. If you don't have them, contact Fleetwood for a complete set of diagrams/schematics. Give them your VIN and they will e-mail you a zipped file.
Thx, I received the electrical and plumbing drawings. I do have those switches. Lots to learn.
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