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Old 09-21-2021, 03:25 PM   #43
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12v panel on rear of coach runs everything 12v which means your control for a/c wiggle the fuses of may have a blown fuse same happened to me
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I saw a good idea recently to carry a ground around for testing. It was to plug in a grounded extension cord and connect the ground of the test light to the grounding hole in the extension cord!
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I saw a good idea recently to carry a ground around for testing. It was to plug in a grounded extension cord and connect the ground of the test light to the grounding hole in the extension cord!
I used a new plug and some zip wire (speaker wire) connected to the ground lug of the plug. It works great.

An inline fuse would be a good idea but so far have been to lazy to add one. The thing works great because finding a good ground in an RV can be a problem for sure.
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