A multimeter (see below) should show the voltage between the battery terminals between 13.4 and 14.5 volts DC; if not, the battery may be worn out and need replacement, or it may be low on water, or the converter may not be giving it any power. Answer: First of all, your fans over the driver area are usually powered by the CHASSIS (engine) 12-VDC. Many people will replace a blown fuse with a larger one and forget they did this which can be quite dangerous for the RV owner, and can even cause fires. I used it and my red light on my plug head came on. If your battery is not fully charged then the thermostat can do some strange things. Answer: Well, the first question I would have is; Is the external power cable plugged in securely? 3- check that where you rewired things there are no loose wires that might be shorted to other wires. I accidentally reversed the polarity at the battery. First things first, you should check that gas is coming through to your appliances. Check the indicator(s) to determine if there is an electric current. ACCESSORIES Vanity Mate Installation Vanity Mate Installation With Location Chart Awning Installation Instructions Trimline Awning Installation Instructions Camper Caddie Installation Instructions For ABS And You may want to read my article on HubPages "How to Service Your RV Furnace" and go through the steps to see what might be bad. Problems in the DC system can also cause lights or appliances to go on and off. In addition, refrigerators and some appliances run on propane fuel. Fuses are all good. You should first check that the engine batery(s) is fully charged, and then go to your fuse panel under your hood. What is the problem? An a-frame camper is a hard-sided trailer. The washer dryer did flicker and eventually turned on for just a few minutes, just enough time to make the clothes wet then stopped working and went back to clicking on and off. But when the Converter turns OFF the battery drops voltage quickly and the Converter has to come on again. Your problem could be something as simple as your house GFCI breaker being old and more susceptible to a slight current that was always there before. If you do not keep good fully charged batteries in your Rv then things will have to run on the Converter alone. Imagine total freedom. If they are they should have power if the master one is resetting properly. Don Bobbitt (author) from Ruskin Florida on July 16, 2020: Brenda - With a Lightning hit you never can tell just how much it was damaged without a thorough physical inspection of the interior wiring before you try anything. If half your appliances along with your air conditioner are out, one possibility is that half the AC supply from the campground is missing (another possibility is a GFI going off; see part 1 above). The hot water has only worked a few times. Check that all of th fuses are good and if they are, then you should get a multimeter and measure that you have voltage to the fuse panel and also out of each fuse. When replacing a fuse, always use one with the same current and voltage rating. a 100-foot cord would have a lot of current loss, unless it was wired with very large wire. Your Air Conditioner will age and eventually, it will draw several AMPS more current to start up and to run, so keep the air filter clean and you could even get up on the roof and clean the coils for better airflow. We could set temp etc and actually could use zone 2. Answer: Remember that your camper has a battery and a CONVERTER that uses your 110-VAC to keep that battery charged. If so where would the ground wire be located for my Ambassador? Question: Do you have any idea why suddenly my motorhome slide in / out switches are working in reverse? This is an indication that its 110-VAC input to the Converter is turning ON and OFF. I don't have one. If you don’t see over 13 volts, your converter is dying. while driving it yesterday, the engine went dead. Which cars have dominated world speed records since 1980? Because: Always remember, the fuse was designed for a normal operational load. Any ground wiring on your fuse panel would be for some special circuitry on the fuse panel itself, and not for your AC and Furnace which only use 220-VAC for the AC and Propane for the Furnace, functionally. I recommend that you take pictures of the wiring and contact the THOR customer service and demand that they fix this problem. Question: Everything works except the starter will not turn over. Do you have any suggestions? Does your engine have a 110-VAC heater coil built in? The best way to solve your trailer lights wiring issue is to eliminate possible problems one-by-one until you have pinpointed the root cause of the malfunction. We purchased the unit used and fear that the appliances are all fried. Without a set of good tires, your car will not run smoothly and your engine will use more gas than it should. But a minor problem, one you could address on your own, could be something as simple as re-setting a breaker or GFI that has "kicked out," replacing a blown fuse that is easily accessible, taking an educated guess as to what caused the breaker or fuse to shut off, or checking the water in your battery. The problem may be a single faulty appliance or something else entirely. AC power comes into the RV from your generator, or from the campground or other outlet you plug it into: a 20-amp, 30-amp, or 50-amp supply. Your slide also operates on your COACH battery, and if the fuses are good in your interior 12-VDC fuse panel then you can also make sure you have your AUX Cut-Off switch in the right position. Do you have any ideas what could be wrong? We rebuilt the entire frame of the roof, but because the area of the roof is actually a thick layer of foam, we decided to let that dry out, completely, and then repair the interior damage in a cosmetic way. If either trailer frame is aluminum or has a tilt bed or tongue then you will need to run jumper grounds from the lights to the main trailer connector ground. If the fuse still blows, with everything OFF, then you most likely have a short in your wiring harness somewhere. Answer: Of course, you already know that your GFCI system consists of a "Master" GFCI receptacle which has a TEST and RESET button on it, but it also has one or more "Slave" GFCI receptacles which are powered by the Master GFCI. Answer: First of all, turn OFF the engine and after things cool down, replace the battery as your battery probably has an interior plate that has collapsed and is shorting to another one. So, you should check that COACH battery for adequate water level, and always keep your RV plugged into 110-VAC when you are parked at a campsite. If after you check the tow vehicle for problems the trailer lights still appear dim or aren't lighting at all, clean the connector plug. Lisa - From your symptoms, I would say that your service is not your problem. Question: I have a 5th wheel with a 1000 watt xantrax inverter. What in the world is going on? Quicksilver tent camper by Livin Lite – $12,000. It only takes maybe 5-minutes to do the job if you have the right tools. Answer: I would first reset the breakers in the campsite power panel. The battery power switch is on, we've run the generator successfully and all the other electric works (AC, water pump, water heater), and we have checked the fuses which all look good. If you currently own a Four Wheel Pop-up Camper and are having questions or need help operating any of your camper systems, this would be the video gallery you would want to explore further. Are your stabilizing jacks powered or manual? when i switch the breakers to the on position one of them make a buzzing noise i replaced it and the buzzing still continues is this normal. We are on a campground with full hook up; 50 amp, but the lights, water pump and AC stopped working. Disconnect the trailer from the vehicle and run a test to determine if the trailer lights function properly. Your RV's interior lights, water pump and the control panel for your AC's all operate on your 12-VDC which comes from the COACH batteries. Two 6-volt DC batteries, connected in series, provide the 12-volt power that powers many lights and controls. francesca plotino-graves on July 09, 2020: We have just had a dedicated 30 AMP receptacle added to our garage so we can use shore power when we are getting ready to go on a trip. Don Bobbitt (author) from Ruskin Florida on August 03, 2020: Tom - From your symptoms, I am guessing that your COACH battery may not be fully charged. Because of this, most RV owners will keep the battery in good shape and let it power the interior item it is wired to. So, I would suspect your battery and then if it is OK, the Converter. Question: Why would the receptacle for my full size refrigerator stop working? This article provides some basic information for the RV owner to help diagnose and repair electrical problems efficiently and safely. Before you start opening panels and messing around with electrical systems, in an RV or camper or at home, observe these warnings. Answer: First, make sure that your COACH batteries are in good shape and fully charged. When we arrived home and plugged it into our 30 amp hook up, no electricity in the rv. Any thoughts or advise would be appreciated. A capacitor often has a polarity and must be installed properly. When I do plug it in at the Campground, the clicking stops. I assumed the thermostat was the problem, and replaced it with the same Coleman model. I'd like you to: If you own or rent an RV, you will want to know enough to at least make a walk-around inspection before you go on the road, especially of the electrical system. Example: 1 MW means one megawatt, a million watts. Chris - First of all, the engine battery going bad should have nothing to do with your electrical problem inside your RV. Then, I would turn OFF all of the breakers in the breaker panel, and then, turn ON the breakers for the AC unit. Question: My 2019 THor Hurricane 35m has a "zone 1 temp sensor error" on my LED screen. These two things are the top most common causes of your problem. So, check that the battery has water in it. Question: I have a 2000 Fleetwood Pace Arrow. Or you can measure the current an appliance uses with the simple tool below. GFCI is not tripped. Or, 2- it has two 12-VDC batteries for each function. Check the following; 1- do the Coach batteries have water in them? Don Bobbitt (author) from Ruskin Florida on July 09, 2020: francesca - your rv has a standard RV external power cord. then 3-chek inside the RV, near the external power connector and examine where the GROUND and COMMON are connected to the chassis. Examine the wiring on the trailer side and vehicle side for in-line fuses. I ran separate wires from the main fuse box in the rv to fridge and got the fridge working (both hot and neutral) However, the small awning and several lights still don't work. Answer: OK, First of all, if your RV's battery(s) are original, then you need to test them properly. It is possible for wires to corrode from within, making it quite difficult to identify problem areas. My question is will the be 5th wheel be repairable? Of course, the wiring would be different in the battery compartment depending or which battery type was used. gblues45 - Your Fridge control circuit board is powered by your 12-VDC AUX battery. 2- If the fuse is not the problem, then you need to turn OFF everything in your ToyHauler area that operates on 12-VDC, and see if the fuse still blows. It is a small switch, often near the door on the inside. hi don ,have a 2008 astoria 38 feet 6.7liter engine , Electrical problem ,when connected on shore power rv power goes out intermitted ,blackout completely, indicates E5 OL on board inside rv ,batteries are new . And any external receptacle you use for power should be able to match the connection on that power cord. Any thoughts. Question: How do I get my hot water heater in my RV to stay on? Our son's new 5th wheel with slide outs was indirectly hit by lightning on the ground near it. Like a regular circuit breaker, the GFCB "throws" itself off when the current through it exceeds its designed current limit. When do you park your RV do you also use your SHUTOFF switches to turn ON power to your AUX equipment and turn OFF power to your MAIN equipment? One billionth, 0.000000001. Don thank you for replying. Check whether the connections to the fuse or breaker box are loose. It will be a lot simpler to get that battery in there and running than wiring in a 12-VDC power supply. I’ve always had good experiences with Coleman Pop Up Parts, and they have a great selection of interior camper lighting. Answer: A situation like this is very serious. Or are the electrical wires fried? If one or several test results do not provide a response from the tester, the tow vehicle itself might be the problem. GFCI receptacles are commonly found in your bathroom and kitchen areas because these areas are where you may get shocked by touching metal appliances with electrical problems. I'm thinking a wire nut or connection has vibrated loose. Thank you. Brother I don’t think you’re hearing me. It just doesn't seem logical to run the wires for a flasher module far from the signal light lever switch. If so, try to start your diesel generator, and then plug your engine heater coil into a receptacle. Pop Up campers, also known as fold down trailers make for a great first option for inexperienced RV owners due to their small size and ease of towing. the input house dc power at the front fuse panel is 10.6vdc. SO, from your symptoms, I do suspect your AUX battery (s). Example: 1 mW means one milliwatt, a thousandth of a watt. The over head door light as well as the step light stayed on with switch off and then finally disconnected. Near that location, the manufacturer may have cut the ground and common wires and used terminals where there can be loose connections. GPS technology has revolutionized many aspects of life, especially navigation and travel. The voltage in your home is AC voltage, in the US typically 115V AC. The only real difference between breakers and a commercial "surge protection" device is that standard breakers are slow to react to voltage changes. Standard wire sizes or gauges go from 0 to larger numbers. Check whether the connections to the converter are loose. Question: I have a 2005 Terry quantum 295rlts. Then, unplug your Rv from your external power source which I assume is a campsite. The light were going light an then deem like a touch lamb before going off for good. Hi I have put a 33 gallon fish tank in my fifth I am hooked up to 30 amp breakers are not going in my fifth but in the breaker box in the building next door all hooked up to the same power source could u help me please. Then remember that it is kept charged by the Converter in your RV which in turn runs on your campsites 110-VAC power. These batteries power such things as; your interior lights, your 2-Way Fridge control ciruit board, your alarms, your tenperature control panel, and your power management panel. The number two problems is that people do not maintain their batteries and they become low on water. Answer: Remember that your GFCI system is designed to detect very small current leakage between your GROUND and COMMON lines. But, your Temperature control panel does use 12-VDC to manage the AC and Furnace. Too much current can cause appliances or lights to fail or blow out, and even melt wires or plugs; too little (in an overpopulated campground with an overloaded supply, for example) can cause lamps to dim. My idea is the power cord, or the converter Maybe. We have a great selection of Multi-Colored Rv Awning lights and don't forget the Rv awning hangers for your Rv Globe Lights. I suspect that your household 30-amp cord is not wired the same as is required for an RV, so you should get the wiring done properly at the house and with your cord. The main switch does not have any lights. DC power can be calculated using the formula: W=V x I. Answer: You didn't say but I assume that your trailer is wired for the standard 30-Amp service. Question: I have a '69 holiday rambler that I bought and rebuilt in 2016. I honestly do not know where the module is, but I can say that if you stop and look at your Rv as a truck, you should find the flasher module under the dash or under the hood. They say that means reverse polarity. Any ideas? LED lamps are designed to operate on 12-VDC and can work properly up to maybe 14-VDC, but above that their protective circuitry can burn out. Don Bobbitt (author) from Ruskin Florida on July 22, 2020: Margie - Your camper should have a built-in battery that must be kept charged. A 12-volt problem can cause failure of other appliances and systems if they have 12-volt power to their controls. A sealed connection formed by Crimp and Solder Seal terminals is more formidable than the wires. If the voltage is down at around 13 volts or lower then your converter is not charging. So normally, if there was a problem with the Converter it would kick Off the one breaker that powers it, and not the Main. I look at the top 3 best emergency window breakers for cars. A device that opens up or "throws" itself to break a circuit when the current through it exceeds its designed limit. Still, the right brake/turn signal doesnt work. I would disconnect the wires from the solenoid and see if the solenoid "drops out". Depending on the size, the manufacturer, and the technology. You could permanently damage the equipment that is supplied by that fuse. They are life-savers. I lost all power on the riders side, when plugged into outside power (50amp) but everything works with the generator. If the LED assembly and lights are a standard design, then they should never have been in danger of burning out. Your RV has a Converter which is designed to keep your batteries charged, but NOT to apply so much voltage that a bettry would boil. some power lights are on but will not turn on. WARNING 2: If replacing a blown fuse or resetting a kicked breaker doesn’t fix the problem, you should seriously consider backing off and calling your RV manufacturer's Service Center for advice before doing anything else. Pop Up Camper: A lightweight unit with sides that collapse for towing and storage, the pop up camping trailer combines the experience of open-air tent camping with sleeping comforts, basic conveniences and weather protection found in other RVs. If the vehicle's lighting system functions as designed, grab a trailer wiring tester to check the tow vehicle socket. So, check your external power cable contacts for any buildup and clean them back to shiny metal. Discovered that the fuses on the converter had completely melted, along with the plastic housing for the fuses. A Coach battery that is not fully charged is the leading cause of interior lights not operating. A typical pair of coach batteries that you might find on an RV, and their connections. And along with these devices comes complicated electrical control and protection circuitry designed to protect the RV and its occupants. Sure, you may have a 50-AMP AC-Voltage system but this has nothing to do with your DC-VOLTAGE system. Your 12-Volt system is powered by your COACH batteries and they are in turn charged by your Converter which operates on 110-VAC. It's the power that runs your microwave, outlets and some of your lights. I use a flat-blade screwdriver (with insulated grip) for the terminals and a good pair of needle-nosed pliers (with rubber covered handle) to bend the wire ends onto the screw heads. Can you advise? So check if it will switch over to propane, and if not then you may have a battery voltage problem. It also might be possible that several wires are connected to improper connection points. Call for immediate assistance. As you know the Converter keeps your COACH batteries charged and it is plugged into a 110-VAC receptacles that is powered by one of your breakers in your breaker box. Since you are using a 7-Way to 7-Way adapter you can also check to make sure the adapter is working properly by plugging it into the vehicle and using a circuit tester to test the 7-Way pins. Do you know what is causing this and if so, is it an expensive repair? So, as to your Air units, they are controlled (on/off, temperature, etc.) Everything in the RV was working except for the furnace, AC, and fan which is all controlled by the same thermostat. Whenever the power stored in the batteries gets low, the converter charges it up. I'm new to all this and I really have no idea what's going on. We have a 1996 Fleetwood Southwind storm. From your symptoms you mention that you recently changed your batteries. remember, ELECTRICITY CAN KILL YOU. It is not uncommon for people to not put things back the way they were, or even leave a wire loose. I was going to test voltage on convertor but not sure where to attach voltage meter. How can I further diagnose my RV's electrical problems? Our AC power is not going off, only DC. Answer: Some questions you should review when considering what the problem with stabilizing jacks could be: 1. Note that breakers can go bad themselves; if they trip too many times, they can suffer mechanical stress and lose their ability to stay closed at the current they were designed for. I tried connecting them into my temporary wire like the original wiring and the fuse blew again. I am told this is draining my batteries and will eventually burn up my solenoid. We have 12 volts when the power is off at the thermostat but 6 when it's on. Well, with this being the case, I would suspect your COACH batteries. What are we missing or not doing correctly? Duo Therm Heat pump changed to Penguin Heat pump. But the slide out and all power jacks operate just fine. This past weekend, all 3 lights started working and now they have stopped again. Like others I’m having intermittent 12v power loss. Content is for informational or entertainment purposes only and does not substitute for personal counsel or professional advice in business, financial, legal, or technical matters. What do I do? We tried plugging the microwave as well as the washer dryer into a 5000 watt generator using an extension cord and these symptoms still occurred. I can speak to your racing your truck engine affecting your Camper power system. First, Your slideout and power jacks operate, so your camper batteries have a charge on them. Each fuse in an RV is a certain safe value that is designed to blow only if the circuit draws more than the safe amount if current. Typically, if you read around 14.5-VDC then your Converter is running and trying to charge the battery, If you read around 13.5-VDC then the battery is fully charged, and if you read around 12.5-VDC the battery is not fully charged and the converter is not charging it. Air conditioner (rated 13,500 to 15,000 Btu), Coffee pot (maximum use, while perking coffee). Not sure if the battery just went bad and caused a surge, battery was overcharged because of another failure and went bad and surged? Could it be the outside power inverter? The polarity is generally indicated by a stripe at one end of the part. Size 15 to 23 feet (when opened]. Want to save on an expensive car bill? While driving, it showed it was running on gas, and the light was not flashing, so we assumed it was ok. One one-thousandth, 0.001. Don Bobbitt (author) from Ruskin Florida on August 05, 2020: John - From your symptoms, I have to make a few assumptions, the first of which is are you talking about your DC-VOLTAGE system? Answer: Your 12-VDC for your Rv engine is your MAIN battery. Or are you saying your Fiver is plugged into 30-Amp breakers in the building next door? So, from your symptoms, I would first check your wiring at your home and that it is wired properly for your Rv to be connected to. These were the easy things to check that are the more common problems, now to your breaker. The previous owner said the lights didn’t work and that they replaced the bulbs. This will ensure the stove is getting propane. There IS power to breakers, and fuses. I have a 2019 Forest River Stealth toy hauler and recently, my bedroom lights , one on a switch and one push button stopped working. Your Fridge is called a 2way Fridge and it will operate on either 110-VAC or Propane, and it has a control panel that operates on your 12-VDC. The bulbs became extremely hot, melting the cover plate and blowing the bulb. Very, very frustrating. The next thing to consider is that your cable from the RV to the generator may be too long because it could have some induced current between the common and ground wires that a new more sensitive GFCI could detect. They provide 12-VDC power to your interior lights, 2-way fridge control panel, temperature control panel, alarms, and more, so always make sure they are charged. Any ideas? Everything works on the unit, and I don't have any electrical issues. 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