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Old 06-14-2020, 07:04 PM   #1
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Electrical problem

Iím a newbie. I have 2006 Coachman Crossroads. Lights were working after I changed out fuses. I then added a new battery. I also installed a electric hitch winch. It worked ok for a day. Now I have no lights that working that were working. Could it be the converter? Any help appreciated.
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Iím a newbie. I have 2006 Coachman Crossroads. Lights were working after I changed out fuses. I then added a new battery. I also installed a electric hitch winch. It worked ok for a day. Now I have no lights that working that were working. Could it be the converter? Any help appreciated.

I would go back to the fuses.

How did you power the hitch winch?
Did you add a battery for it?
Did you wire the hitch winch to the battery direct with an inline fuse or?

Sounds like you popped something.
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I would start checking again. I agree that it sounds like you have popped and fuse or a breaker.
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Old 06-15-2020, 06:51 AM   #4
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They often hide a breaker under the tongue of the trailer.
Follow the wire to where it goes into the trailer. The breaker may be hidden just out of site.
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