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Old 11-26-2006, 10:57 AM   #1
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The Low Voltage light on our LP Detector came on this morning. We are hooked to shore power, the house batteries are showing 13+v, the engine battery 12.8v, and the cirtuit breaker is not popped. That is all the owners manual says about the thing (actually, the manual didn't say anything about the engine battery, I just threw that in). Does anyone have any hints???
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The Low Voltage light on our LP Detector came on this morning. We are hooked to shore power, the house batteries are showing 13+v, the engine battery 12.8v, and the cirtuit breaker is not popped. That is all the owners manual says about the thing (actually, the manual didn't say anything about the engine battery, I just threw that in). Does anyone have any hints???
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Old 11-26-2006, 11:17 AM   #3
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Everyone is going to ask you what coach you have. Why not put that into your profile so we need not bother you with that kind of question.?
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Check the actual voltage at teh detector and if it is at or above 12 vdc then the detector is defective. If not then check for loose connections and good grounds.
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Do as suggested and if you have a Newmar the fuse maybe right hand side of fire wall in a wire bundle, drivers side, and its a 1 amp fuse. The fuse may have got wet its exposed to the weather.
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"...Everyone is going to ask you what coach you have. Why not put that into your profile so we need not bother you with that kind of question.?..."

Good idea, I should have thought of that, thanks.

It is a 2002 Winnebago Adventurer 32V...
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