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Old 06-14-2020, 01:11 PM   #1
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I have spent 2 days checking and rechecking for a tripped breaker or blown fuse. No luck. I have narrowed it down to the 12v circuit board. I have power to the circuit board but thatís where it stops. My coach is a 04. I do have a picture of the circuit board if that helps. CAN ANYONE HELP, PLEASE.
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I have spent 2 days checking and rechecking for a tripped breaker or blown fuse. No luck. I have narrowed it down to the 12v circuit board. I have power to the circuit board but thatís where it stops. My coach is a 04. I do have a picture of the circuit board if that helps. CAN ANYONE HELP, PLEASE.

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What, exactly, isn't working? All 12V COACH items (lights, HVAC controls, water pump, absorption refrigerator, etc) or CHASSIS 12V (starter, dashboard gauges, headlights, etc)?
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Old 06-14-2020, 02:24 PM   #3
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I have an '04 Eagle. Narrow it down for us.
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Old 06-14-2020, 03:17 PM   #4
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No 12v lights, Water pump. Slides work. Microwave works. TVs have power to them. Seems everything that runs on 120v except a/c works. I just had circuit boards fixed for a/c but I’m assuming the control board needs 12v to operate. Correct me if I’m wrong about that.

But like I said in first post there is power to the circuit board (the one that’s under the bed).
Hope this all makes sense.
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Old 06-14-2020, 04:48 PM   #5
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So no 12v lights and water pump. And no A/Cís?
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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
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What do the lights on the inverter power supply show all green or some red.
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So no 12v lights and water pump. And no A/Cís?
Correct
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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
I can not find a battery cutoff any where. Remember I have power to the circuit board. Just non after that. NO power to any fuse.
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What do the lights on the inverter power supply show all green or some red.
There is only one light on my inverter. Right now itís blinking green.
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You have not said that you are hooked up to power but I am assuming you are. i have a 03 eagle and what does your power source read. Does it show the amps correctly that you are plugged into. What does the battery charge and volts read. It may be that you need to reset your power source by unscrewing the fuses on the power source box and unplugging the cable to your monitor's. Then screw them back in and plug cable back. This at times will reset the power source. The battery cutoff should be beside the batteries just follow your cables.
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I found or should I say that my RV repair guy found the switch. Of course it was right in front of me. Thanks for all the input. I hope I can help you guys out some day.
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Have you checked to see if you have the switches on the right side of passenger seat, when I bought my 2000 2 years ago from a widow she said she had no idea how anything worked as her husband took care of all mechanics, I tried to start it and it wouldnt start , took three days but i finally figured out both chassie and coach switches were off, turned them on and everthing worked. I found them by accident, a bank of switches just inside the door close to the floor next to the drivers seat, I would not be suprised if yours is so equiped that it might go to the circuit board that you have to interrupt power to the fuses. Just a thought.
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It isn the drivers seat its th passenger seat, sorry misspoke
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