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Old 10-24-2021, 04:43 AM   #1
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Fleetwood Bounder 35K - House Batteries Stopped Charging

Hello, new here and hope someone might be able to help.

We have a 2017 Fleetwood Bounder 35K and the house batteries stopped charging while the rv engine is running. We are dry camping, had issues with the generator (figured that out), but drained the house batteries before we could start the generator. House batteries were charging off the rv engine the night before, but were not the next morning (after both of us tried pushing different buttons).

We really think it’s a button setting issue. Could someone be so kind as to point us in the correct direction, please?
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Welcome to the Forum. What buttons did you push ? There’s two resettable 12 volt circuit breakers in the BCC ( battery control center). They are located at the bottom left of this photo ( two black buttons ). You might try resetting them.
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Thank you. Will try that.
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There are no buttons in the drivers compartment that control chassis to house battery charging, its automatic.

You have a Boost or AUX start switch that connects them but that's the same device that connects them when the engine is running. That switch needs to be held to connect if the engine is off.
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