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Old 06-15-2020, 11:08 AM   #15
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That was passenger seat, sorry
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Old 06-16-2020, 03:40 PM   #16
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Your coach has an American Technology multiplex power controller under the bed. I'm guessing that's the circuit board you are talking about, the one that has two large power inputs and a bunch of fuses and relays. The board services the various digital switches around the coach, including water pump, interior lights, water heater, etc. The multiplex board itself receives operating power from a separate, small 12v wire that runs direct to the house battery positive post. It has an inline fuse, around 5A if I remember. If that wire is disconnected or the fuse blown, none of the circuits on that board will switch. Look for the wire in the battery bay.
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Old 06-20-2020, 12:53 PM   #17
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Have you checked to see if the battery shut off in the battery compartment is on also on my 2000 there are two switches down by the floor next to the pasenger seat outside wall one shuts off the coach batteries, one shuts off the chassie batteries

BINGO ... my guess is one of your "salesman" switches is turned off. Been there before ...
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BINGO ... my guess is one of your "salesman" switches is turned off. Been there before ...
Salsman switch ? There is no such thing in any RV.

Call it what it is, so new members don't waste time looking for a non existing item.
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Salsman switch ? There is no such thing in any RV.

Call it what it is, so new members don't waste time looking for a non existing item.

Sorry to offend buddy ... that is what the dealer that serviced my rig last year called it and I've seen other posts in various forums calling it a salesman's switch as well.


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https://www.irv2.com/forums/f84/main...ch-493731.html


https://www.irv2.com/forums/f115/do-...em-492557.html


https://www.irv2.com/forums/f84/biza...em-491058.html
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Do you name an RV like a boat?

We sold Lezlie D our Catalina 30 last year in the anticipation of buying our Motorhome. We had her for 22 years and had a lot of memories. Do people name their MH? If so I would like to know what names others have used.
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