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Old 12-02-2006, 09:56 AM   #1
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I have lost my solar. Voltage fluctuates between 14v and 26v with 0 amps. Talking with Monaco support, they believe I have lost the connection from the solar panel to the batteries, and wanted me to check the fuse at my solar controller. I have searched the controller inside and out but cannot find a fuse on it.

Does anyone know if there is a fused connection anywhere else that I should check?
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Has anyone else seen this type of problem?

Rick & Sue
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Old 12-02-2006, 09:56 AM   #2
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I have lost my solar. Voltage fluctuates between 14v and 26v with 0 amps. Talking with Monaco support, they believe I have lost the connection from the solar panel to the batteries, and wanted me to check the fuse at my solar controller. I have searched the controller inside and out but cannot find a fuse on it.

Does anyone know if there is a fused connection anywhere else that I should check?
or
Has anyone else seen this type of problem?

Rick & Sue
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Old 12-06-2006, 06:42 AM   #3
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Welcome Rick & Sue to irv2 and the Monaco forum.
I do not have a answer for you but maybe someone will see this new post and will help you out.
Have you tried to take off control panel to see if fuse is behind the panel?
Sometimes they place the fuse in the line from solar panels.
If that isn't it we will wait.
Meanwhile enjoy the forums and post often.
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