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Old 08-17-2021, 08:03 PM   #1
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Angry No DC power. Even with shore line plugged in

HELP!. I have a 2011 Fleetwood bounder classic. I have no DC power (light, ac,etc) generator works and have ac power. I plugged into shore power still no lights. I am thinking converter?

UPDATE.CONVERT IN. still no DC power.. no lights no nothing
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Within 3' of the coach battery positive terminal look for a master fuse or circuit breaker .

If there has been any work done in the battery compartment , look for a wire left off.

Master circuit breaker could look like picture below.
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No DC power even when plugged in

HELP!. I have a 2011 Fleetwood bounder classic. I have no DC power (light, ac,etc) generator works and have ac power. I plugged into shore power still no lights. I am thinking converter?

UPDATE.CONVERT IN. still no DC power.. no lights no nothing
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Old 08-17-2021, 08:13 PM   #4
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I will check that tomorrow but I did replace the 200 amp fuse that goes some of the positive terminal from the rig to the batteries
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Old 08-17-2021, 08:23 PM   #5
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The 200 amp fuse was probably JUST for the connection to the inverter from the batteries , the connection to the coach internal fuse panels from the batteries is most likely separate.

Was the 200 amp like one of these ?
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Yes it was . I replaced it with a new one.
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Yes it was . I replaced it with a new one.
Why did you replace it?
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No DC power. Even with shore line plugged in

Your BCC ( battery control center) has two resettable 12v circuit breakers. They’re located at the bottom left of the attached photo. Try pushing those black buttons.

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Why did you replace it?


Ditto: It takes a H of a short to blow one of those and likely would not go unnoticed.
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CHECK BATTERY SWITCH? check for 120vac at CONVERTER INPUT? If no 120v, check 120vac CIRCUIT BREAKER AT COACH POWER PANEL?
and what does "CONVERT IN" mean?
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Sounds like your battery disconnect is off. That would completely explain it.
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CHECK BATTERY SWITCH? check for 120vac at CONVERTER INPUT? If no 120v, check 120vac CIRCUIT BREAKER AT COACH POWER PANEL?
and what does "CONVERT IN" mean?
I agree with this post.

Add check converter output fuses. Mine has a 30 main output fuse and a 40 amp reverse polarity fuse. In your case, fuses may be higher capacity.
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Old 08-18-2021, 04:42 PM   #13
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Fixed( NO DC POWER EVEN PLUGGED IN

Update, got the RV fixed three breakers tripped all good now
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Glad that worked. Thanks for the update.
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