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Old 05-19-2012, 08:48 AM   #1
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My wanderer power just cut out, new batteries and all

First time we are taking our 1998 21ft wanderer and our lights and fridge were running fine (fridge on propane but lights on it were on) and my wife turned on a third light and the power just cut out. I figured the old batteries my be shot and I brought two new batteries with me, so I changed the batteries and nothing happend. My red power wire runs through the inverter and to my distribution box, and my white negative runs to the inverter and out to a mess of wires. My fuses are good andmy batteries have power (the propane detector is powered on its own run and it's working). What could be causing the problem? I'm on the road without a plug in so I'm trying to trouble shoot this so my fridge will work and get some lights. I also get no reading at all on my battery level reader.

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Old 05-19-2012, 09:19 AM   #2
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no power

i would be looking for a corroded or loose connection possibly on the ground or white if you have a 12v test light that might help you track down the problem lee
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batteries, power

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