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Old 09-27-2021, 12:32 PM   #1
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Help with "motor turning on and off" noise

We have a Coachman Pursuit with a "motor cycling on and off" noise that was coming from the wardrobe in the back of our RV. We unplugged from shore power and it still continue to cycle. We're done turned the disconnect switch off and it stopped. When we turned the disconnect switch back on and plug back into shore power it did not happen again. Does anyone know what it might be? We think it was coming from a small compartment on the driver side rear of the coach. There is a door there with a bunch of screws holding it in place with a screen over but looks to be some sort of exhaust.
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The onboard water pump maybe?
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Most likely the 12 volt water pump. Try turning it off.

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Agree with above ...could possibly also be a slide out motor.
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We have a Coachman Pursuit with a "motor cycling on and off" noise that was coming from the wardrobe in the back of our RV. We unplugged from shore power and it still continue to cycle. We're done turned the disconnect switch off and it stopped. When we turned the disconnect switch back on and plug back into shore power it did not happen again. Does anyone know what it might be? We think it was coming from a small compartment on the driver side rear of the coach. There is a door there with a bunch of screws holding it in place with a screen over but looks to be some sort of exhaust.


Could it be a furnace?
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Or it could be the cooling fan in the 120 to 12 volt converter.

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Bet your furnace motor.. stuck on.. go to coach fuse box.. pull fuse to furnace.. 12v car style fuse.. if not marked.. now is time to start marking them.. just keep pulling one at time.. marking where each goes.. until you here stop.. if it's you furnace.. have it serviced.. good luck and let us know what you did and maybe better members then me will help you
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If it’s the furnace, should feel the air at the registers.
Could just remove the panel and look
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