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Old 03-09-2014, 06:39 PM   #1
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Intellitec power management system

I have a 36 ft Bounder motor home,the intellitic power management is not working correct. Can if be taken out? If so how is it done? Thanks for any help.
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It can be taken out, but before you do, check to make sure that it's not going on the fritz when you have your fluorescent lights on. A bad ballast can mess with that system pretty easily since fleet wood cut a few corners on the thought process. Happened to us! Just be aware that if you remove it, nothing will work since everything is designed to work off 12v signal from that system, not to mention the load shedding capability.
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It can be taken out, but before you do, check to make sure that it's not going on the fritz when you have your fluorescent lights on. A bad ballast can mess with that system pretty easily since fleet wood cut a few corners on the thought process. Happened to us! Just be aware that if you remove it, nothing will work since everything is designed to work off 12v signal from that system, not to mention the load shedding capability.
The exact same thing happened to me. Replacing fluorescent lights with LEDs cured all problems that I thought was in the Intellec system. A bad ballast, even with light still operating, can wreak havoc on 12v controlled items via backfeed.
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