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Old 08-15-2016, 06:28 PM   #1
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Solenoid Not Allowing Battery Charging

2011 Georgetown Coach Batteries not charging despite being plugged into shore power all the time. Converter putting out 13+ volts plus. Thinking problem now may be a bad solenoid in the battery box area preventing it switching on or off to allow converter power to pass thru. Does anyone out there know an easy test....Voltage Meter ? Basically understand what the solenoid does, just do not know how it actually works or how to test the 4 terminals. Would hate to spend $80 for something that is not bad. Also what about the 150 amp Battery Control would I test if it is good? Thanks for any help of suggestions. thomanddebbie [ Knowing just enough to be dangerous }
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