If it was not for bad luck I would not have any
Here is the story in a short form.
#1-On Wednesday I tried to start the Generator on the 2008 Sunseeker and only got a clicking. Darn. Took the house battery to the shop and it had a bad cell. Bought a new battery and hooked it up. Pushed the generator button and nothing happened. So went and checked the battery... hooked it up backward...
. Switch it and pushed the generator button... nothing again. Opened the generator cabinet and checked the fuse, popped. Replaced and pushed the button, popped again. Well I will work on it later, going to the campground don't need it this weekend...I have shore power.
#2-At the campground all is good, turned on the AC and could feel it vibrate, but not blowing any air. Well ok, it is not hot this weekend...turned it off.
#3-During the night the refer stopped working... little check light was on. Went outside checked the battery and it was at 12.58v, checked the shore power all is working...put the battery charger on to help... Next morning the battery was at 13.7v and the refer was working,, checked the converter and yes both fuses were blown. Replaced them. Still no AC or Generator
So the Generator still keeps blowing a fuse each time I try, the AC still will not blow any air, the converter seems to be ok now and charges the battery with the new fuses.. So what do I do. Take it in to a repair shop and use the GS Extended warranty and let them try to fix it or is there more fuses that are in the AC and what about the generator?