Having some issues with our hot water pump and heater as a result of losing the 12 V main. Tried to transfer the power to the battery but lost the hot water circuit & the pump side of the power inverter manufactured by sentinal. Could it have to do with the selinoid located in the engine compartment? The transfer switch located on the console & engine won't start - battery is a dead soldier. We are following one of your forums and are confident that we'll find the answer here. Thanks for having this site.
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Hello from Oregon,
Do you actually have an Inverter/charger or a converter charger?
Makes a difference. First things first. You need to get your nomenclature correct. Then you need to take all of the batteries out, charge them and have them all load tested. If any are bad replace them first. By hot water pump I assume you are referring to the on board water pump? The rest is really confusing.
Hi and welcome to IRV2! Good to have you with us! I would suggest you post tech questions over in the Systems area of the forum for better results. Not too many folks hang out here! Good luck & God bless!
Joe & Annette
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