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Old 06-09-2023, 12:00 PM   #1
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Electrical loss

Morning,98 bounder ford chassis. All of a sudden all of my breakers are showing 16.6 volts instead of my 120 v. Not enough power to light up a bulb. I have 120 at my home post and i test 120v at my Genset transfer control box
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Fire up the generator to see if you get proper voltage that way.

Is the Bounder a 30A system or 50A? And what is the power rating where the coach is plugged in?

A poor neutral wire connection can cause a low voltage reading. Are you measuring voltage from the breaker to neutral or breaker to ground? Do both and compare - a difference is a clue.
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