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Old 11-09-2019, 08:42 PM   #1
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Power Issues

I have a 2012 Fleetwood Expedition 38B. Engine would not start, tried the switch to add the house batteries but still clicked. Pulled the main batteries and had them tested and one was bad. Replaced both and now engine starts. Now the main battery disconnect switch light is not on and no lights in the coach (12v) and no power at the control center above the door. (no A/C or tank test, awnings etc....) Opened the battery control box and checked some charging relay fuses, all good. Unplugged from shore power to test house batteries, one inverter for fridge ok, other for outlets ok. plugged back in and both battery disconnect lights on. Lights on and power at control center. Unplugged and drove to get fuel and main battery disconnect light out again (stairs don't go out) got home, plugged back in and light came back. (stairs work) now the generator just clicks even with the light on. Any ideas? Leave Monday for a week and would like things to work for the drive. (generator for A/C on the road, cab A/C will not work if the battery disconnect light goes out)
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Old 11-10-2019, 12:58 AM   #2
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Battery bay, usually within 18" of battery, with battery cable connected, are devices called 12vdc circuit breakers, and you most likely, have tripped one, need to locate the one with button out, and push in to RESET. Sometimes buttons hidden under wires, so may have to feel around/ under. Luck E.g. On my class-C, believe I have two 40a and one 100a? (100a probably going to Boost cable?)
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