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Old 07-22-2021, 09:57 AM   #1
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While exercising the engine, gen, and acís on my 17í Baystar, the acís just shut off.

I think it might be a fuse. Can anyone tell me where the ac fuses are located?
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I think it might be a fuse. Can anyone tell me where the ac fuses are located?
More likely to be a breaker - check the main breaker panel for your coach.

Would surprise me theyíre both on the same breaker, but may be they are.
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Should have a separate breaker for each. Also check the generator breakers, turn off then back on.
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But turn the A/C units OFF first before resetting any breakers!
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