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Old 08-22-2016, 03:21 PM   #43
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Where in the BCC are those 2 circuit breakers that control coach power?
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Old 08-22-2016, 03:23 PM   #44
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Push both upwards at the same time? Or each one separately? Sorry for the dumb questions

I was going to push each one UP but my DH just said that he was told to push them DOWN. Want to do the right thing.







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Where in the BCC are those 2 circuit breakers that control coach power?
The circuit breakers would be inside the box (but not on the circuit board). Probably along the bottom or left hand wall of the box.
Press the little plungers in the base if they are extended.

I hope pressing the TOPS of those disconnect switches has the desired effect. If not, chances are that the Magnetek Converter is the culprit.
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I was going to push each one UP but my DH just said that he was told to push them DOWN. Want to do the right thing.
Pushing them DOWN will not allow anything reuiring DC voltage to work. They must be pushed UP unless the coach is being stored without shore power for an extended period of time.
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My coach has 6 volt batteries connected in series to give twelve volts. So the house battery bank may be the same on this unit. Just a thought.

What does that mean for us to check?
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Ok...H pushed both UP and nothing happened.

We're limited right now because it's pouring rain.
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The circuit breakers would be inside the box (but not on the circuit board). Probably along the bottom or left hand wall of the box.
Press the little plungers in the base if they are extended.

I hope pressing the TOPS of those disconnect switches has the desired effect. If not, chances are that the Magnetek Converter is the culprit.


Ok...will do as soon as it stops pouring rain.
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since your Aux and Main switches dont seem to do anything could be a fuse in the BCC. This a back box likely under your hood. The chassis and ciach batteries go to the BCC and the Aux and Main switches control big relays in the BCC which supply DC 12 volt power to the coach and chassis. If the engine runs then The Main relay is good. The Aux relay runs the 12v power. With no 12v coach power nothing will work in the coach since mist is on 12v except outlets.
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Not sure if this applies

I am not sure if this applies to your motor home or not. It may be worth a look. I spent hours before I found this. The batteries got shorted and it tripped this breaker (Relay).

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.IN THE BATTERY CONTROL CENTER LOCATED ON THE FIRE WALL ---UNDER THE HOOD --SHOULD BE RIGHT OF CENTER AND WILL SAY BATTERY CONTROL ON THE FACE --TAKE OFF THE LID YOU WILL SEE FUSES ---YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A RESETTABLE BREAKER USUALLY ON THE BOTTOM LEFT ---THIS BREAKER IS ABOUT 1.25 X.75X.75 INCHES IN LENGTH ON ONE END WILL BE A SMALL BUTTON (ABOUT THE SIZE OF A MATCH HEAD ) THIS NEEDS TO BE PUSHED IN TO RESET ---THIS WILL ALWAYS TRIP WHEN YOU CHANGE YOUR BATTERIES ---USE YOUR FLASHLIGHT AND I PROMISE YOU THAT IT IS THERE ---MANY PEOPLE SWEAR THAT IT IS NOT IN THEIR CONTROL CENTER ---BUT IT IS --JUST A BIT HARD TO FIND .
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Ok...H pushed both UP and nothing happened.

We're limited right now because it's pouring rain.
If he didn't even hear a click/clunk noise coming from the BCC when he toggled those switches, then Fuse # 19 in the BCC might be blown.

If the engine will start after pressing the TOP of the MAIN switch, but not after pressing the BOTTOM. The switch and fuse-19 have to be good.

You should hear the relays/solenoids closing when the switches are toggled top to bottom, and back to top..
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Thank you all for the new things to try and look at.

The rain has finally stopped pouring so we'll try/look for these new suggestions. Will report back!
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I'm going to have DH "catch up" with reading all the more recent responses.


The above pics are just in response to some earlier questions and concerns.
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