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Old 08-12-2022, 04:38 PM   #1
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I hope someone may know where we go from here??? We need HELP please we was camping last weekend.
We had front and back AC on generator and all at once the air stopped working and also no micowave will not work.
My husband checked the breaker in the bedroom and checked the switch on the generator . NO Luck!!
Can anyone know of anything we can try?
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A few more bits of info would help us help you! (You show Pathfinder as your coach in profile.). What year and model? Is it only on Generator that electrical is acting up on those items? Or when plugged in, do you also have a problem? IF you had a heavy load and the stars aligned for and a few items kicked in 'surge' wise at ehe sometime. Do you have any electricity flowing to any of your 120 outlets or loads?

It's possible you blew a Bus Fuse. These are on some CC's, back in, or in a compartment above, the battery bay. Also some coaches electricity flow thru the Inverter, and sometimes a 'reset' of the Inverter will allow Pass Thru of juice downstream into the coach.

More info, would allow more finite help!

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Old 08-12-2022, 06:07 PM   #3
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Did you check your breakers on the generator?
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Old 08-12-2022, 06:13 PM   #4
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Beware that a circuit breaker handle may be in the normal "on" position even though the circuit breaker has tripped. With this type breaker, the only way to know the breaker is actually on is to switch it to off and gen back to on.
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As Smitty states the Coachmen Pathfinder is not familiar to most of us here on the Country Coach forum.

We do have a power load shed system made by Intellitec that had 120VAC relays that can malfunction, but more information is needed.

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