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Old 04-12-2013, 05:39 PM   #1
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circuit breakers

Anyone ever replace the circuit breakers for a/c , furnace..etc? I think one or more of mine have gone bad. Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 04-12-2013, 05:56 PM   #2
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110, circuit breakers ; for A/C ; in the main power panel, disconnect from shore power pull the face plate off the panel, loosen the screw on the wire and pull out on the wire end , the C/B comes out on a 45 degree angle.
Furnace is 12v and runs off batteries/ convertor power . 12v fuse.
What kind of problems are you having ?
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Old 04-12-2013, 05:59 PM   #3
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We need some more info to go on, what type of unit is this happing to MH, TT. what makes you think there bad.
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Hi sorry about confusion. I have an 85 Fleetwood MH. Problem is when I plug shore line in a fan comes on (I assume its furnace). When I push in circuit breakers (any of them) fan does shut off for about 10 seconds or so then comes right back on. Bought this MH 6 yrs ago and assume everything is original. Ended up disconnecting battery cable to shut it off. Hope this clears things up. Thanks
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OK then your talking about 12v C/Bs , small round ( red ) knob , push to reset.
If it is in fact the furnace fan running with the wall t'stat shut off, you have a stuck relay in the furnace fan circuit.
Test for air flow from any register when the fan is running , then if you don't have a manual for your furnace, and can't find one on line , post the brand and model number and we'll see if we can be of more help.
Did this fan when running drain all the power from the batteries?
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Fan Running

Are you sure the fan is the furnace? My Winnie View has a fan for the converter when plugged into shoreline that runs, especially when hot out. It had me confused until the dealer explained. (My 1st post).
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Old 04-17-2013, 02:16 PM   #7
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Hi Les...yes that could very well be. I took a pic of it now just gotta figure out how to post it in here.
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Accross the top of the page under the iRV2 picture logo
Open the " More " drop box
Then the "files " drop box
Then the FAQ drop box
Then reading & posting
There may be an easier way , but that's where I found the picture posting info.
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