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Old 04-10-2011, 04:54 PM   #1
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Electrical problem, please help

Hi, i have pace arrow vision 1999, 37f, first motorhome for us, i didnt know how to winterize the rv so when i filt up with water i start to have leaks every where, then water get to under the cooler, there is black boxes or moduls, i fix the leak was the valve in the back of the cooler, now i cant plug the rv to 110v if i turn the generator every thing will work, but if i plug it to 110v, nathig happend, there is black box with alot of big wires to it and 4 wires ou - red, black, white, red, they was connected in weard way, when i move them short happend, and then every thing stop working, i check fuses, Please help

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Old 04-10-2011, 05:04 PM   #2
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Remove power from coach and open up the box to see what you have. You need a decent understanding of AC power ckts to do this work or you may create a safety hazard or shock hazard. Since it is AC, any electrician should be able to help figure this out.

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Old 04-10-2011, 05:17 PM   #3
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The black box sounds like an Itellitec Current monitor system that was installed in those days for limiting current in 30 amp systems. If you are unplugged from all 110 v power and have the generator off can you get to the black box and open it up and get it dried out. The other thing is to look for a part number and brand name on it.
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