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Old 11-26-2022, 08:01 PM   #1
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Vegas Electrical Help

Hey Guys,

I forever have some damn electrical gremlins. I've wasted enough time with this stupid thing.

Anyone in the Vegas area around that could help me diagnose some electrical? I'll pay.

In short

Both AC' stopped working suddenly
Solar panels not charging for some reason, they show 20v output at panel
Help with battery monitor, battery connections, etc

Rv located at 4570 w post rd, Vegas

My cell is 8315213220, please text first or PM here .
Greatly appreciated!
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Hey Guys,

I forever have some damn electrical gremlins. I've wasted enough time with this stupid thing.

Anyone in the Vegas area around that could help me diagnose some electrical? I'll pay.

In short

Both AC' stopped working suddenly
Solar panels not charging for some reason, they show 20v output at panel
Help with battery monitor, battery connections, etc

Rv located at 4570 w post rd, Vegas

My cell is 8315213220, please text first or PM here .
Greatly appreciated!
It would help if you provided more information about your rig. For example, I have a lot of experience trouble shooting electrical problems on my vintage rig but if you have newer rig that would not help you much.
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From the OP's Public Profile I believe it’s a 2001 Fleetwood Expedition. Here’s a link to the Owners Manual.
https://www.fleetwoodrv.com/wp-conte...ition-2001.pdf
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Old 11-26-2022, 11:38 PM   #4
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Yes, that's correct, 01 fleetwood expedition 36T, diesel.

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Old 11-27-2022, 09:37 AM   #5
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Hey Guys,



I forever have some damn electrical gremlins. I've wasted enough time with this stupid thing.



Anyone in the Vegas area around that could help me diagnose some electrical? I'll pay.



In short



Both AC' stopped working suddenly

Solar panels not charging for some reason, they show 20v output at panel

Help with battery monitor, battery connections, etc



Rv located at 4570 w post rd, Vegas



My cell is 8315213220, please text first or PM here .

Greatly appreciated!


Have you changed batteries on done anything to the 12 volt wiring?

Battery voltage?
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Any time an electrical issue affects multiple components, a ground issue is a good possibility. Make sure you've got a good ground. Disconnect the negative battery cable and measure the resistance from it to the frame. Should be very close to 0 ohms.
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Old 11-27-2022, 04:31 PM   #7
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Thanks for the replies but I'm done screwing with it.

Yes, new batteries multiple times, new solar panels, battery monitor, yes, could possibly be a ground, I did mess with that when installing monitors.

If I can't find one to help, I'll just take to a shop.

Please let me know if anyone is around to help, happy to pay for the time to trouble shoot.

Thanks!
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