Replaced new house batteries and the generator still will not start. It clicks when you push the start button but that's all. It acts like it's not getting sufficient power from the house batteries. (They are new and register 12volts and then some. The generator will not even start with the chassis motor running. This is the same way it acted when the house batteries were so low.
I also notice that the inverter (which converts battery to house current) will not turn on as well. When I try to turn it on the indicator lights just flash.
Had the new house batteries checked and they were installed properly and are running systems; elec. steps, slides, etc.
Is there a switch, relay or some component between the chassis batteries and the generator that would prevent the battery power from getting to the generator? Dose the power come directly from the house batteries to the generator or is there some component between them that would prevent the full 12 volts of power from getting to the generator to enable it to start. I had the fuse checked on the generator and it's fine.
I am so puzzled that it's seemingly not getting power when other coach components are getting power from the house batteries. I did not check the voltage on the generator. I don't really have a way to do that.
Any help would be appreciated. I have an appointment at the RV repair on Wednesday to have it checked while they replace the remote mirror switch.