Ok Update on this problem I'm still trying to solve. Before I drop $200 on a new converter I want to make sure I've checked everything. Keep in mind I'm no electrician but very handy so excuse my naivety!
Here's where I stand on my rig: I'm plugged into shore power, all of my power works - AC, Furnace, Fridge, Radio, Lights, Outlets BUT the power seems to be coming from my battery. That is I can slide in my slide-out, turn on AC and I can visually see the lights dim and hear the motor working harder etc. Plus I can monitor my battery on my panel and it decreases to a low battery.
Here's another reason I think the culprit is the converter. And correct me if i'm wrong but shouldn't you be able to disconnect the battery on the camper, plug into shore power and still have power to operate the campers electrical system?? Mine doesn't, as soon as my battery is disconnected, snap, no more power.
I'm confused as to how I can run my AC, assuming I'm not getting any power from the shore connection side? How can my battery handle this?
I've checked the GFCI on my shore power and it's good there, I've checked all fuses (that I can find) and haven't come across any blown ones. I've checked the breakers on the breaker panel and none have tripped. I've checked the 2 large fuses on the breaker panel as well and they are ok.
Thanks everyone for the words of wisdom!
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