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Old 05-08-2020, 07:26 PM   #1
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No power from house batteries

Can't get power from house batteries. The batteries are fully charged. In line fuse good.

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Can't get power from house batteries. The batteries are fully charged. In line fuse good.

Any ideas?
1) How do you know batteries charged, 2) (WHAT is voltage?) 3) how did you verify inline fuse, 4) did you find 12vdc CIRCUIT BREAKERS and 4) check RESET buttons? 5) Does coach battery have a BATTERY SWITCH? (Most do,is it ON?); 6) WHAT is not working?
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My guess would be either the 300 amp inline fuse or salesman switch off. Some salesman switches run off of chassis batteries to operate.
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Usually an early post from member... as said is salesman switch by the entry door. It goes to a solenoid that shuts off most 12v house systems. Mine leaves detectors,fridge and heat 12v control power on.
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