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Old 11-29-2015, 09:03 PM   #1
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No power to wet bay

Good evening,

Half way through my trip from Seattle to Nashville and my water pump stopped working.

During trouble shooting I also found out that there is no power going to the 120volt outlet in the wet bay that I normally plug a small heater into when it's below freezing.

Things I've checked:
1.fuses, all good
2. Breaker panel, all good
3. GFCIs, all good.
4. Check all the wire connecting plugs I could find in the wet bay, all connected and seems good.
5. Used a Volt meter to check power to pump. No power.

Anyone got any ideas?

Thanks



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If you have more than one switch to control the pump, the power to the pump is controlled by pump latching switch https://www.bing.com/images/search?q...16&FORM=IQFRBA
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Check the fuses on your inverter. I just bought a 2007 Bounder.
I lost power to some receps, couldn't find ANYTHING wrong. Then, by chance, I was looking in all the bays, for anything, following wires, etc. then noticed a tripped push/pull fuse on the inverter.
Still don't have 110v in the two bays but everything inside is working and the outside entertainment "stuff" is working. When the weather clears up a bit I'll search that out.
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The pump latching relay (pump controller) is normally placed on the ground side of the pump, so there would still be +12v to the pump. Since there is not, you have either a blown fuse or a broken wire on the +12v line. Sometimes there is an inline fuse as well as the 12v source fuse, so look at the pump wiring.

Is it possible the 120v outlet has a temperature switch, i.e. only activates below around 35 degrees?

Suggest you call or email Fleetwood and request wiring & plumbing diagrams for your coach. They will email digital copies or mail paper ones. Have your FIN (Fleetwood ID Number) handy.
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Good evening,

Half way through my trip from Seattle to Nashville and my water pump stopped working.

During trouble shooting I also found out that there is no power going to the 120volt outlet in the wet bay that I normally plug a small heater into when it's below freezing.

Things I've checked:
1.fuses, all good
2. Breaker panel, all good
3. GFCIs, all good.
4. Check all the wire connecting plugs I could find in the wet bay, all connected and seems good.
5. Used a Volt meter to check power to pump. No power.

Anyone got any ideas?

Thanks



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Pump is 12V not 120V. Put your meter in DC to check for 12V power to pump.
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Update,

Water pump now works. The wire harness behind the fuse panel became in hooked somehow. Easy fix, plugged back in.

The 120v outlet is still inop. Will have factory look at that when I get there Monday.

Thanks everyone for their input.


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