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Old 04-04-2010, 04:04 PM   #1
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Unhappy No power to water heater on/off switch

I have a 2003 Pace Arrow 36R, has an atwood hot water header GC10A-3E. There is no power to the remote switch(on panel inside MH). It works in 120V mode, however, no power to the switch to turn the 12v LP operation. How do i back trace from the switch to the power source? Any Pace Arrow knowledge out there? I did check power to the hot water heater unit itself, however, nothing. I then checked the switch and no power there. Could use some help finding the source.
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Hi ddellavedova,
Welcome to iRV2. I do not know Pace Arrow so this is a shot in the dark. Where the coach 12 VDC fuses are located there should be a fuse labeled "Monitor Panel". Check this fuse.
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If you do not find a blown fuse you can pick up a 12vdc source from anything nearby.
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QUESTION: did you check with a meter.. Or did the light in the switch burn out?

On my coach.. The light burned out. That.. I fixed.. Sort of
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checked it with a meter. checked all the house fuses, all ok. checked inverter fuses, all ok. I must be missing a source somewhere.
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It is not an independent circuit. Other apparatuses are also on this circuit and the bad connection could be anywhere.
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