we have a 2011 Keystone Outback and it's new to us.
I have it plugged into AC and stored for the winter at home. i checked on it yesterday and heard a BEEP about every 20 seconds coming from the fuse panel/inverter area and my book doesn't tell me much about that inverter.
so my question is...what is that BEEP from and how do I stop it?
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When mine beeps it means there is recorded fault to be cleared.
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sorry...it's the AC/DC converter. i'm still learning what's what.
the batteries are new. maybe it's the propane detector. they are right next to each other. what do I have to do to "check" the propane detector? why would it detect low voltage if i'm plugged in? lots of questions!