Glad you fixed it but sorry it took so long. I mentioned in an earlier post that the reset button was on the right side on mine, that is the breaker with the two red wires on it. I was pretty sure that was the best place to start cause a lot of people have a hard time finding that little button. But now you know and so do a lot of others, ha.
Dave 04 p/w td.
The problem was that our owners manual didn't have a detailed view of where it was. But now I know and thanks for your help. I need to mention that Pleasure-Way already responded to my email to them. They sent me a blown up picture of exactly where it is with arrows pointing to it and they said they will make a note about my concern about the poor description of this in their owners manual. I bet they make it more clear in their future owners manuals. Thanks again, Don
You probably already plan to do this, but I'd put their photo and email in the owners manual as a service to the next owner if you sell some day.
(or a service to my own feeble memory for that matter.)
I already drew arrows and a description of it in my owners manual on the picture of that cabinet where it is. Made it very clear but of course I'll remember it because of all the hassle it caused while on the road. Well I actually learned from this experience, number one where the button is and two I learned how to put in a new coach battery which of course really wasn't a big deal. But you learn by doing and gaining experience when problems come up. So all in all it turned out positive.