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Old 11-12-2015, 07:16 PM   #1
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No power to Temperature control panel 2014 Georgetown 351

I'm trying to run the furnace (generator is running). Both the front and rear temperature controllers have no power at all. I checked the GFI, reset all but the main circuit breaker (I couldn't figure out how to reset that one but it does not seem to be tripped. I checked and the microwave, outlet over the stove, and TVs do have power. Also, the bedroom light, right outside the bathroom is not working but everything else is. I looked for circuit breakers around the power inputs at the back of the RV but didn't find any.

Can anyone suggest something for me to check?
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Old 11-12-2015, 07:27 PM   #2
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One additional thought. I did have it plugged in to 110 power when I started the generator. Hope that wasn't a mistake.
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Old 11-12-2015, 07:33 PM   #3
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Is your battery disconnect switch turned on? On my old GT if the switch was in the disconnect position the thermostat had no power.
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Just verified that it is on. Near as I can tell, everything that normally works on battery does except the one light outside the bathroom and both temperature control units. Everything seems to work on generator as well, except those two items.
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Old 11-12-2015, 08:27 PM   #5
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Those controls run off of 12 volts DC
You haven't mentioned checking the 12 volt breaker panel. It's usually in the bedroom behind a brown push panel cover.
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I saw that cover but I didn't realize it had fuses behind it. Is it pretty easy to get the cover off?
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I saw that cover but I didn't realize it had fuses behind it. Is it pretty easy to get the cover off?
Just push it on one side and it will pop out.
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I checked all of the fuses Iggy... none were burnt out. Should those control units work on shore power or battery power or do I need the generator running?
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Would there be any other fuses I could check?
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Old 11-12-2015, 09:00 PM   #10
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I had the roof repaired this week; I had those small cracks and creases where the roof curved on the sides. They replaced the cove all the way down both sides and I wonder if maybe something got disconnected. I can't imagine why the temperature controller wires would go to the roof and I won't know if the ACs are working until I can get power to the controllers. If I can't figure it out tonight I'm going back to service in the morning and see if they can trouble shoot it. I'll post the solution when I know one.
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