It seems as if one problem leads to another. I just got finished replacing a cracked t-joint in the plumbing under the rig. During that repair, water got on the 12-v pump. I pulled the fuse for the pump so that I wouldn't run it accidentally when I turned on the light in the bathroom. All water to thr rig was turned off, so I also flipped the hot water heater (hwh) breaker.
After the plumbing repair, I flipped the HWH breaker and noticed that there were no indicator lights at all on my Levels panel (black water, grey water, gas, battery). No fuses were blown anywhere. I reinstalled the fuse that I pulled for the water pump and that seemed to solve the problem. I turned the HWH on at this point, the pilot light out indicator glowed for a few seconds, then went out as it usually does when I light the pilot on the HWH. Here's the glitch - there is no hot water and the burner at the HWH is not actually lighting. I have worked through this a couple of times, and there is no clicking at the HWH when it gets turned on.
A couple of things happened when trying to get everything back to normal after the plumbing repair:
- I had to remove a compartment light to get to the plumbing pipes. I cut the wires to remove it. I have reattached the light.
- The water pump did get wet but is dried out now after 4 days of sitting with a fan on it.
- When reinstalling the pump fuse, it sparked. Now the indicator light on the fuse does not glow when the fuse if removed. All the other fuses still have a working indicator light.
I DO have propane - I have been cooking with it. I did try the turn off the house propane valve and then turn it back on move, but no change.
There IS water going to the HWH tank.
I do not even know where to begin to check to see if this is a wiring issue, a HWH issue, an operator error issue...I am so frustrated!!! IT seems as if I have spent the last 2 weeks doing unexpected repairs on a rig that was doing fine until I move campgrounds. Now, ARGGGGGH
I am going to attempt to load pictures of the 12v fuse box, etc. to show the specifics for my rig. It may take more than one post, though