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sincitysound 12-26-2016 05:56 PM

Breaker down 2017 44B? need help.
 
Hi everyone
OK this is new
I went for a pressure wash today now the breaker for the Living room 15Amp is not working breaker panel above the driver it does not want to stay on.
Do I need to reset somewhere else for that breaker to work?
Thank you

BurninDiesel 12-26-2016 08:55 PM

Those Breakers all 3 are hard RESET which means you have to push them up Hard! Hope this helps

brobox 12-26-2016 09:28 PM

Turn the breaker completely off before turning back on to reset.

You said "pressure wash" did you plug a pressure washer in or get it pressure washed?

If the breaker tripped from getting washed.....not good, water is getting in somewhere.

Finally 12-26-2016 10:20 PM

Push down, then push up. You should hear a click.

If still tripping, what is on the circuit? What else is plugged into the circuit?


Sent from somewhere in the USA

buddy110 12-27-2016 05:56 AM

Careful with the pressure wash. Gel coat is not as durable as paint is on a car.

twinboat 12-27-2016 06:00 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by buddy110 (Post 3389919)
Careful with the pressure wash. Gel coat is not as durable as paint is on a car.

?????

Gel coat is the surface. Paint is applied.

buddy110 12-27-2016 06:03 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by twinboat (Post 3389923)
?????

Gel coat is the surface. Paint is applied.

My understanding from speaking to customer service on my present Newmar is to avoid pressure washing the painted surface. Just an FYI.
I still PW the wheels etc, just not the walls etc.

brobox 12-27-2016 06:11 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by buddy110 (Post 3389919)
Careful with the pressure wash. Gel coat is not as durable as paint is on a car.

Entegra uses Sikkens auto paint. I use a pressure washer at a safe distance all the time, even carry one in the MH and have it plumbed to the fresh water tank for washing on the road.

OP did you find the curcit breaker problem yet? It might help the next person with the same problem.

brobox 12-27-2016 06:13 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by buddy110 (Post 3389927)
My understanding from speaking to customer service on my present Newmar is to avoid pressure washing the painted surface. Just an FYI.
I still PW the wheels etc, just not the walls etc.

Another plus for Entegra :laugh::rofl:

buddy110 12-27-2016 06:27 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by brobox (Post 3389932)
Entegra uses Sikkens auto paint. I use a pressure washer at a safe distance all the time, even carry one in the MH and have it plumbed to the fresh water tank for washing on the road.

OP did you find the curcit breaker problem yet? It might help the next person with the same problem.

Good to know
Thanks

Cruzer 12-27-2016 09:05 AM

Pressure washers are rated at a given PSI but that pressure is up to the nozzle. As soon as the water leaves the nozzle it fans out and loses pressure. The farther away from the nozzle - the lower the pressure. Put your hand right up to the nozzle and you'll start tearing your skin off and wind up in the ER but keep 2 feet away and you can rinse your hand off with a light spray.

Pressure washers are fine as long as the operator uses a little common sense. It's no different than driving a fast car. If you are pedal to the metal all the time you are going to have problems but if you back off and user that horsepower judiciously you'll be fine.

sincitysound 12-27-2016 11:11 AM

I just went to the local pressure washing only to take all the salt and road dirt from my way back from the dealer, this morning I forward them with my list of things wrong.
I can only hope they are standing behind there product.
The breaker is ok without the inverter on, soon I turn the inverter on the breaker pop.
That is only one of my problem.


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