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Old 04-20-2016, 04:54 PM   #1
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12 Volt Issues House Side

I had my coach in storage for about 1 month, the master switch for the engine and house were shut off. When I picked the coach up the batteries were dead, the engine battery was charged and is fine. The house batteries were replaced, I am still not getting any power on the house side I checked the main shut off switch it is on. Any suggestions what else to check. Is there a main fuse for the house side, or another shut off other than the one by the entrance, the switch for the engine is on and working fine. The coach is a 2004 Country Coach Allure.
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If your disconnect relay is like mine, there are two fuses on the relay it's self that would be the first place to check.
I'm assuming you have a volt meter and the batteries are installed and wired correctly and show 12>12.8 volts , indicating they are fully charged.
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The house batteries were replaced, I am still not getting any power on the house side I checked the main shut off switch it is on.
What is the dcv reading at the house battery terminals? If new and charged it should be about 12.6 dcv.

If the battery voltage reads ok, then are the wires connected tightly and correctly for the type of battery you have?

There are inline fuses between the battery and the 12v systems and also between the inverter and battery on my CC rig. These are evident in the electrical schematics in your CC manual.

Mine are 300A Class T fuses. If the one in the battery compartment on my rig is blown, there will be no 12v in the rig even though the batteries have proper charge.
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Check all terminals and connections. I had enough corrosion on the circuit breaker connector, cable from battery to circuit breaker, to cause a problem. The corrosion wasn't visible until I disconnected the cable at the circuit breaker, corrosion was hidden by washers.
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On mine there is a gfi plug on floor across from bed. It trips and no 12 volt. Reset it and all works. Mine is a 1997
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On mine there is a gfi plug on floor across from bed. It trips and no 12 volt. Reset it and all works. Mine is a 1997
On my rig, that GFI controls the 110v not the 12v.....
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Larry,
Check the circuit breakers in the battery bay. They are the large red buttons with amperage on the button. They push hard to reset.
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