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Old 08-19-2015, 04:28 PM   #1
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No slides, leveling jacks,key accessories,engine display on EMS

Hi Guy's

I have another problem!!!

I decided to remove batteries and clean them up and top up with distilled water.
I then sanded and painted the slide out shelves, all looks good!!!! However!! while reinstalling the batteries I accidently shorted the battery power cable to ground only a quick flash.
I now have a problem i don't think my Inverter is working and the slides/leveling jacks/including the jack control pad/key accessories/ EMS dispay show's House battery voltage but no engine display at all/the Inverter section does not come on when i press the buttons. and the list goes on!!
All the 110 volt breakers are OK the one's that I am aware of (are there any secret ones)ALL 12 volt breakers are good that I am aware of!!
What I need to know are there any fuses,breakers etc that are hidden just to make my life miserable
I checked the bottom of the bed, below the fridge, 2 GFI's And the hidden compartment in the shore electrical door.
HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks in advance

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Old 08-19-2015, 05:06 PM   #2
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I have heard others talk of a reset on the inverter. I have not had to look for one yet, but this might be your solution.
Good luck!

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Old 08-19-2015, 05:16 PM   #3
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Thanks Larry
Yeah i did reset to no avail


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Old 08-19-2015, 06:21 PM   #4
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Do you have a large DC fuse in line, it usually covered with a plastic cover

Here is one like I have
Xantrex Fuse and Block Assembly 300A TFB300 | eBay

by shorting the system you may have blown the fuse.
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Old 08-19-2015, 06:32 PM   #5
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Dave.....You should have a fuse that looks like what Jim posted above or like thisBUSSMANN Fuse125 Fuse Amps, AMG Series, 32VDC, Fast Acting Speed, Plastic Body Material - Automotive Fuses - 6AYK5|AMG-125 - Grainger Industrial Supply

It's typically mounted on the large 12 volt cable between your inverter and battery bank. Often they have an enclosure that you have to open to view the fuse. Auto parts stores, Amazon and Ebay sell them if that's your issue. Look at it carefully, because when they blow, it isn't always obvious, you may need to check with a volt meter.
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