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Old 05-10-2019, 02:56 PM   #1
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Bay Heater- no power

last week I resolved the main problem with my 12 volt system with all your help. while messing around with the wiring behind my intellitec ems board, I had switched the hot wire from the bay heater to run my water pump. when I put it back in place I have no power to the bay heater. is there a fuse that I should chase down to fix my screw up?
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If your coach is like mine, the bay heater runs through a circuit breaker attached to the same copper busbar as the water pump. Little silver case, one post on the busbar, the other on the wire. Will have a very small black button on one edge for resetting it.

At least, that's what I remember. It's been a while since I looked in the box the busbar is in. On my coach, that box is in the bay that holds the house batteries.
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Old 05-10-2019, 10:12 PM   #3
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Our bay heater has a thermal snap disk that closes the circuit to give power to the heater when the temp drops to around freezing.

Does your's work the same?

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Old 05-11-2019, 03:52 AM   #4
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See these two posts. The second has a wiring diagram.

Bay Heater Question (post #5)
Bay Heater Question (post #10)
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I replaced a blown 5 amp fuse (bay heater fuse) in the same compartment that I had a problem with the salesman solenoid. the bay heater kicked in. the wet bay temperature is 52 degrees. I let it run for a couple minutes and manually shut it down with the switch. does the heater have to run for a while to reset the thermal snap disc ? in the house battery bay I found the bus bar for the water pump, but there is no silver case.
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The diagram attached to which I referred in post #4 lists the snap disk (thermostat) specs as:

Close (heat on) 40 deg. F plus/minus 6 deg. F
Open (heat off) 55 deg. F plus/minus 6 deg. F

There is no timer in that circuit, just the snap disk.
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