Your appliances in your camper run on 110-VAC, so when you disconnected the shore power it and your other 110-VAC appliances should NOT WORK.
But, your interior lights operate on your 12-VDC battery. And, the battery will run down if it is not fully charged. The Converter keeps your battery charged.
So, check the water level in your camper battery and make sure it is fully charged, under load.
I have a 2013 Somerset evolution popup camper. When we plug into AC mode everything works, BUT when we use just DC power nothing works. No lights, no switches, no remote for raising the electric roof. Can you give me an idea what I should look for? Battery seems to be fully charged by battery trickle charger showing fully charged. A load test was done at AutoZone showing solid and fully charged.
I have a 1995 Fleetwood Flair Class A. The lights in the galley, the bedroom, the bathroom, the refrigerator, the fresh water pump, the hood fan and the hood light all stopped working. I thought it might be the converter, so I upgraded from my Magnetek to a Boondocker which went in easily, however, it did not fix the problem. I checked my circuit breakers and DC fuses again and found that two of the wires coming from the DC fuse panel we're not hot. Do you have any idea what this could be?
My RV battery, converter, AC control box, thermostat, and wires are all new. I ran a new hot and negative from an empty spot on the fuse board. I’m getting 13.5 plus on my battery, and about 13.5 on the control box. But on the control box, all four ins plus the freeze sensor has 13.5 even when the t-stat is switched off. Also, the furnace isn't working. Do you have any thoughts?
I have a 2018 Forest River KQBTS with no electrical issues as of last year when I bought it. I kept it stored outside and covered during the winter. This year, only the battery works. At first, the microwave clock came on, but then that stopped too. There are no fuse or breaker issues that I can find. Do you have any ideas?
My new battery charges back up, but I don’t get any voltage measuring from the thermostat negative to trailer negative so no ground problems. I can jump the thermostat DC in to the cooling wire and I hear the relay click, same with the fan. The Cooling and or Fan do not turn on, but if I jump the 110v at the control box the fan and cooling turns on. What could be wrong?
The 110V circuits in my RV are not working with either shore or generator power. I’ve reset the breakers and the GFCI. I unplugged it from shore, and with the generator running, I measured 110V across the line and neutral terminals labeled “Primary,” “Aux” and “Load” on the Transfer Relay Delay (TRD). Does 110V on Primary and Aux terminals at the same time indicate a faulty TRD? With 110V on the “Load,” but no power at the receptacles, where does my problem lie?
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