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Old 09-27-2021, 06:24 PM   #1
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No battery power

I just picked up my 2011 jayco Melbourne from getting some body work repair. It sat with frig and hot h20 off, but I donít have any battery to open slides or turn on lights, or start frig! Whatís happening? I flipped the battery disconnect switch for the first time, so I donít know what normal. It does not stay where I flip it (itís an up down switch with no indicators of on or off, itís in the down position. Iím plugged into shore power, do I just have to wait and charge up, or ???
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Some battery switch solenoids just require momentary power to change from OFF/ON, so the switch YOU are using is [Momentary OFF Momentary] (MOM) that actives the solenoid?
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No battery power

Sorry, I thought I was able to delete/edit my problem. It was suggested I flip the battery disconnect switch again, which I did, and everything works! Hallelujah! Makes me realize how very little I know :-(.
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