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Old 07-16-2011, 12:00 PM   #1
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Loss of DC power

I have a 1998 Allegro Bus
This morning I washed of very dusty battery bank. Looks like I blew something. Nothind DC related works..no fridge, pump etc.
I blew bank dry with air comp.
All fuses check ok
Please. How and what do I need to reset?
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Old 07-16-2011, 07:02 PM   #2
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Silly question, but I have to ask. You didn't happen to bump the 12V cutofff switch by the door did you?
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I would take the connections to the batteries loose one at a time, clean them and look VERY CLOSELY UNDER THE CRIMP WHERE THE END IS PUT ON THE CABLE. Many times a cable will look good but there are problems under that crimp, loose, corroded etc. just one of several causes. Electrical problems can drive you nuts. Good luck.
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DC Power loss

Stand down everyone...found problem.....kill switch
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