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Old 04-23-2014, 07:53 PM   #1
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Lost DC power to 2004 Itasca Meridian

Hello I have a 2004 Itasca Meridian IKP32T diesel. I have a Xantrex inverter/charger which is working fine when off or on shore power. I have checked aux relay and I have power going back to the coach but I do not have power at my DC panel above stove in galley area. I have AC power through out the coach. I cleaned battery connections on all three house batteries (12v AGM). I have also checked the 5A fuse on relay and it is good. None of the fuses in the DC panel or AC panel in bedroom where tripped. Please help if you have experienced this problem. I have talked with Winnebago techs and they are baffled to.
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Hello I have a 2004 Itasca Meridian IKP32T diesel. I have a Xantrex inverter/charger which is working fine when off or on shore power. I have checked aux relay and I have power going back to the coach but I do not have power at my DC panel above stove in galley area. I have AC power through out the coach. I cleaned battery connections on all three house batteries (12v AGM). I have also checked the 5A fuse on relay and it is good. None of the fuses in the DC panel or AC panel in bedroom where tripped. Please help if you have experienced this problem. I have talked with Winnebago techs and they are baffled to.
You have fuses or breakers? I have a 34H, but mine is under the fridge behind a small door that contains 15-20 breakers. Is it ALL DC, or just the kitchen? Its likely the house contactor is dead.

I'd say its time to break out the DVM and look closer at that panel then work your way back.
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Walpol, The DC Panel above the stove is fed from the main DC Power panel in the front on the driver's side. There are two 55 AMP breakers that feed the panel above the stove one for each roll of breakers.
That is also where you will find the battery isolation relay which should be checked.
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Under your refrigerator you will find your converter. A fuse on the converter is probably blown and or the converter is bad. I had a 2004 Meridian 36G ansd the converter was bad. There was a problem with the converters and a number of them had to be replaced If you find a fuse blown on your converter and replace it with a new and it blows your converter is bad.
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