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Old 12-24-2007, 05:54 AM   #1
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I just purchased a 2002 Endeavor 330ISC. The chargeing system has got me complety confushed. I have New House batteries, the picture on the Xantrex Panal inside shows the Battery Pictures mine is showing at the lowest state, It is showing 14 Incomeing Volts 10 Incoming Amps this MH has been plugged in since the 16Th the monitor in side shows house 14.14 Chassis shows 13.61, I have a Battery Minder on the chassis Battery. Why don't the state of the battery on the panal go to the full mark, inverter is off charger on, pplugged in to 110 House AC. At The present time I unplugged everything and cut my house batteries off, did not want to damage anything, have had two gassers in the past, this is so much diffrent. Thanks Merry X-Mas to All Roy
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I just purchased a 2002 Endeavor 330ISC. The chargeing system has got me complety confushed. I have New House batteries, the picture on the Xantrex Panal inside shows the Battery Pictures mine is showing at the lowest state, It is showing 14 Incomeing Volts 10 Incoming Amps this MH has been plugged in since the 16Th the monitor in side shows house 14.14 Chassis shows 13.61, I have a Battery Minder on the chassis Battery. Why don't the state of the battery on the panal go to the full mark, inverter is off charger on, pplugged in to 110 House AC. At The present time I unplugged everything and cut my house batteries off, did not want to damage anything, have had two gassers in the past, this is so much diffrent. Thanks Merry X-Mas to All Roy
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Old 12-24-2007, 06:59 AM   #3
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First of all...Congrats on your new to you rig and Welcome to iRV2...and the Monaco Owners Forum! You will find the fellow iRV2ers very friendly and knowledgable on this board...I will make sure one of them comes out to help you on this soon! (I consider myself the "pretty face" behind all the "welcomes & Hi theres" ..as opposed to the brains behind how these rigs work... ..ok..the "silly face" not the "Pretty face" ...stop laughing, Guys!)
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Why don't the state of the battery on the panel go to the full mark </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
My system is a little bit different than yours, but if you are showing float charge with your readings, it is working correctly..
There are constant parasitic drains on these coaches even when the disconnects are off for all the electronic devices in them with Memories
In the time we have had ours, (1.25 years) I have seen Full Charge appear on the panel no more than 3 times That has always been when no-one has been in it for a couple weeks and it was plugged in..
Just keep an eye on the water level in the batteries, but it sounds like it is working great..
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