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Old 11-02-2020, 11:35 AM   #1
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Angry No lights, radio, fan in camper.

I don't know what the year, model and serial number is for my camper. Recently, the camper was moved from a camp site to a permanent spot. After setting the camper up only two of the AC outlets worked. the one in the very front of the camper and the one under the left side couch. While troubleshooting the issue the two GFCI in the side of the cabinets on both sides of the camper had proper (124 volts) coming into them, however, voltage dropped to 96 volts within the GFCI outlets. After replacing the outlets it fixed all the other outlets in the camper.

However, none of the fans and lights in the camper are working. The fuse box is under the bathroom sink. Any information that you are able to provide me is greatly appreciated.

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Old 11-02-2020, 12:32 PM   #2
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If you have have the wire bundle in the back corner that flexes with the trailer going up and down check to see if there are any loose connections there. I've seen others that have had problems there.
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After you put the camper up did you move the 3 position master switch to the right position?
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I am not sure? I believe it is in the neutral position. Do you know what position it should be in.

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I located the wire bundles, followed them into the cabinet under the sink. I don't see any loose connections. The solar panel input has the correct voltage (during the day), but at the fuse panel I have no voltage. I also measured the voltage coming out of the PC-30 (Power Source/Battery Charger) which is around 13.2. After the Converter/Load panel the voltage is consistently 12.8 volts. However, the fuse panel has no voltage.

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Dustin, the 3-position Master Switch should be in the position opposite the top lifting position. The middle position is the "neutral" position and if it's there, nothing works except for the refrigerator. The switch should be rocked to an outside position, where the top lifting switch does not work.

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I will try this tonight to see if it whats causing my issue...

Do you happen to know what model has the fuse panel in the restroom?

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I don't know anything about the location of fuse boxes other than they would always be in the lower half, probably at floor level.

Your symptoms sound like the Master Switch is in the wrong position, not a fuse problem.

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On my 2305 there are wire nuts in the wire bundle under the cloth covering. I had a similar issue and found the ground was loose in the wire but. I took it apart and reinstalled the wire but and everything worked.

On my trailer the three position switch does not affect the lights or fans but it would make sense for it to.

The fans and lights in the top half should all be 12 volt to the beat of my knowledge
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