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Old 01-25-2017, 11:20 PM   #1
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Electrical problems

Guess my past good luck with my coach 2006 Endeavor is catching up with me. Alternator locked up. replaced that, belt tensioner and idler for good measure. ( fun times need 6foot arms with baby hands lol). Now my CCC2 has gone blank with no functions. I have verified 12v and 115v to both Penguin 2 AC/HP units. any hidden fuses I don't know about? At this point I'm assuming its a bad CCC2 it and the units are less than a year old. seams like it would last longer than that. Any ideas?
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Old 01-26-2017, 04:45 AM   #2
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Mine has done the same thing, remove thermostat from wall very carefully. Do not pull as the connection on the back is like a phone cord. remove cord and plug it is a couple of times. I had a bad connection there and it lit up and works great now. DO NOT LET LOOSE OF THE CORD AS IT COULD FALL INSIDE THE WALL!!!!

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... DO NOT LET LOOSE OF THE CORD AS IT COULD FALL INSIDE THE WALL!!!!
Depending on the size of the hole in the wall, putting something like a paper clip or bobby pin on the cord BEFORE you unplug it will help to keep the plug on the proper side of the wall.
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Old 01-26-2017, 09:39 AM   #4
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If the thermostat connection doesn't do the trick you can find those same
connections at each air cond .
They will be inside the coach above the air filter .
These little connectors cause trouble quite often .

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Old 01-27-2017, 05:25 AM   #5
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Had a similar problem with mine. I found that the CCC2 with its circuit board is very sensitive to moisture. If yours is mounted on an outside wall, the difference in temperature between the outside wall and the interior wall can cause a build up in moisture on the PC board. What I did was remove the CCC2, spray foam (low expansion - window & door) in the wall cavity, and put a small thin piece of foam between the wall and the back of the CCC2. I was in Texas this past summer, high temp and humidity, and no problem.
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Old 01-30-2017, 12:42 PM   #6
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thanks for all the ideas. I have tried it on both units in the air box using a new phone cord no luck. No sign of any moisture. Have ordered a new ccc2 off amazon hope that fixes it.
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Phone cord will not work .
They look exactly the same but are wired in reverse .

Bryant RV in PA does us all a very nice favor by having manuals for many
products right there on line .
Look on page 53 of the link below where it will show what I am saying .

https://docs.google.com/viewer?url=h.../acservice.pdf


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Phone cord will not work .
They look exactly the same but are wired in reverse .

Bryant RV in PA does us all a very nice favor by having manuals for many
products right there on line .
Look on page 53 of the link below where it will show what I am saying .

https://docs.google.com/viewer?url=h.../acservice.pdf


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thank you very much I check it out.
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Old 02-18-2017, 12:46 PM   #9
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well figured it out. Mouse or rat ate both the cable from front ac to CC2 and to the rear ac. had to run new cables in the vent duct. Little bugger got speaker wires front lighting wiring and rear clearance lights so far. ARRRRGGGG.
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