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Old 01-04-2009, 12:13 PM   #1
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I have lost a few functions on the overhead control panel on the copilot side of the coach. Main battery connect light, all tank level indicators, and main battery voltage check are all inop. This coincides with replacement of my aux (house) batteries. Main battery disconnect switch doesn't work, and all other functions seem normal. Wondered if anyone on the forum may have had a similar experience.
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We had this issue, once, when DH flipped the main battery disconnect switch to do some work under the dash. Didn't notice it until later when I went to check the tank levels & that's when I noticed all those lights out as well as the battery voltage indicators. I flipped the switch back & all indicators became normal.

Since you said your disconnect switch doesn't work, it sounds like the problem is there. If that switch is bad, it could be the reason for those issues.

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Let me clarify, the switch isn't bad the indicator light doesn't light but I have main battery power.
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still haven't figured it out
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Do you have an RV Custom products battery control box in your coach? It's the box where the battery disconnect relays are actually located?

I think there may be a blown fuse in there, but first we need to know what control box you have.
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Do you have an RV Custom products battery control box in your coach? It's the box where the battery disconnect relays are actually located?

I think there may be a blown fuse in there, but first we need to know what control box you have.
Yes I have that box, what fuse should I be looking for?
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I sent you some documentation to your e-mail address. Hope it helps.
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