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Old 02-24-2016, 08:01 PM   #1
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04 CC Inspire - no power to ride hight unless we turn on the inverter

Hi all,

Today we got the coach out for a trip and the ride height system did not automatically adjust. We used the manual override on the valve and that allowed the automatic system to work so we know there is no issue with the air system. The ride height adjustment was getting no power. We did trouble shooting and found that with the INVERTER turned on, all works perfectly. Any one know why we would not get power to that value adjustment on normal drive power?
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Are the house batteries low on power?
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MR D - the house batteries should not be low on power. It was on shore power up until the time we disconnected and found we had an issue. Everything in the house runs and the wall indicator says it full power
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Well, I know ours work fine on battery and so should yours.
Do they work when on shore power or with the gen running?
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