How do you know that the batteries are not holding a charge? Take a look at your converter/charger. It might not be charging. Hopefully just a blown a fuse. With the 240 surge, at plug in, you may have damaged the converter, but check the fuse and try resetting. Same for the water heater. Uses 12v to ignite.
As I running the lights, interior bathroom fan and such the battery was being drained. Just checked a few minutes ago and battery was back up to 3 out of 4 bars (or lights).
Well first of all last Saturday I plugged in my 2010 Jayco and it fried my inverter. Since this was the first time I had plugged it in to the camper I did not think about the 240 volt thing. Micro. nothing, refrig. nothing. Anyway took it in and warranty covered it. Now I have not turned everything on but I told my dealer service to check everything out. They said they did but again I have not checked it.
I brought my dad's Rpod home to get ready to show to a potential buyer and sure enough I plugged it in and 3 breakers tripped including the main breaker. Slight burning smell (same as Jayco). Micro, refrig, lights, fan all work right now plugged into my house 110 outlet. That is all I know.
Taken it to FR dealer on MOnday. Warranty should cover it cause all I know is that I plugged it in and something popped. End of story. If warranty does not cover it then I will fry the electrician.
not sure why you expect FR or the dealer to fix something that wasn't their fault.
maybe you'll get lucky but just because you did know anything about a proper 30amp RV outlet and neither did the person you hired, don't see why it should be fixed under warranty.
i'll bet they'll figure out what happened and deny it as a warranty claim. but you might get lucky.
that's like putting diesel in a gas engine. don't think a car dealer would cover that under warranty. it's human error not mechanical error.
Then I will go to the electrian.
So why would it be my fault?
Do not think this as an attack but the dealer probably believes you are ultimately responsible (or that at least they are not) for actions taken by you. You hired an electrician. You are responsible for the results and if the electrician is at fault it is your responsibility to seek retribution from the electrician. If you get a billfrom the dealer, because they believe the TT was not handled within the guidelines of the warranty, it will be your job to pay it and seek reimbursement from the electrician that you engaged.
I suggest you do what others have suggested. Get a 120/12v multimemter to check all connections before plugging in. You may have learned an expensive lesson, trust (your electrician and camp grounds) but verify.
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not saying it's necessarily you're fault and i believe it's the electrician's fault.
but it's not FR's nor the dealer's fault either. neither of them are responsible for who you hired and that he wasn't competent enough to setup your 30amp outlet correctly.