The fact that your RV systems work when plugged into shore power indicates that your converter is not charging your battery. If you have a multimeter use it to check the voltage across the battery terminals. If the converter is charging the battery, the voltage should be between 13.50 VDC fully charged and 14.5 VDC while charging. If the converter is not charging, check that the indicator light is on and the fuse in the converter is good.
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?
We have a 1990 Itasca, and the circuit breaker for the AC unit keeps tripping on especially hot days. We replaced the circuit breaker, and now nothing will work. We even tried putting the old one back in and still nothing. We're pretty sure it's the same amperage. Any suggestions on what could be going on?
I have a new Control board, converter, t-stat and wire for my RV. My t-stat works because I now get power to control board 14.5v and when I turn on cooling it gets power there, and when turned off it has no power same with the fan. But is my freeze sensor suppose to have 14.5v to both wires? Any other thoughts? Could the new board is broken?
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