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Posted: 01/12/20 05:46pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Very temparary.
Circuit breaker at or on circuit would normally sized according wire size leaving batteries going to the converter. I would guess closer to a 30 amp.


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No fuse at battery

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Posted: 01/12/20 07:08pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Check the 12 volt DC panel for a BAT fuse.

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Locate the relay that you hear click with aid of a helper. Check voltage on each side testing on large posts. When closed, the voltages should be the same. When open they should show different voltages.
If the voltages are not the same the relay is bad. Make sure test it in both positions.

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Follow the battery wire. There should be a 30A circuit breaker in line along that wire. It probably tripped.


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This could help identify your problem...Dennis

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Did he not say, 12 Vdc with Generator - No 12Vdc when Generator off OR does he mean NO 12Vdc on shore power. So how about the transfer switch


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OP has another post that clarifies some questions.
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The battery switch, by the door, is going to solenoid. The solenoid work. I check the voltage with on and off. Somewhere I lost connection to control box. Are you suspecting that my charger may have something to do with?.

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I do not have a shore power. Just generator to charge my batteries. My computer runs of 1000W inverter.

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