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Old 06-08-2016, 10:55 PM   #1
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A/C, Microwave, TV Not Working

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Doing some maintenance today. Realized I had left the main power on a couple of weeks ago. In Texas. Hot. Started Vehicle. Started Onan 5.5 K Generator from drivers seat. No problem.Batteries charged in 15-20 minutes.

Interior Lights work. Both slides work. Refrigerator works on house power. Neither A/U Unit will start. Power to both thermostats. Microwave has no power nor does either TV.

Checked all 110v and 12v breakers and fuses.

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Old 06-09-2016, 08:15 AM   #2
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Did you turn on the house batteries?
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Old 06-09-2016, 08:48 AM   #3
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The problem appears to be in the 110V system. I would recheck the circuit breakers actually turn off and on. When you say fridge works on house power do you mean 12V or 110V. Also check the circuit breakers on your onan I believe there are two by the circuit board. If you correct the problem be sure to let the forum know what you did.
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Did you turn on the house batteries?
House Batteries turned on. Also checked them with meter.
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The problem appears to be in the 110V system. I would recheck the circuit breakers actually turn off and on. When you say fridge works on house power do you mean 12V or 110V. Also check the circuit breakers on your onan I believe there are two by the circuit board. If you correct the problem be sure to let the forum know what you did.

I have toggled all 110v breakers. Also pulled and checked 12v fuses. I pulled cover off onan but didn't see any breakers on or near it, only an on/off switch. Will check again.

Also, cussed a lot.

Thanks, Jim
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Old 06-09-2016, 12:22 PM   #6
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You can't check breakers by looking at them. Check the terminal with a meter. It looks like you have no power at the main buss bar the breakers attach to. Check power with a meter where the main cord is plugged in.
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Old 06-09-2016, 02:45 PM   #7
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GFI trip maybe?
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GFI may be the answer, if I can find reset plug. Haven't found it yet. It is not at plug:
1. Below passenger seat.
2. Under table.
3. On slide in kitchen.
4. Near TV in kitchen.
5. Near bathroom sink.

Opening bedroom slide now.
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Usually they are in the bathroom or around any wet area. It would be unusual but maybe an outside receptacle. When I built my teardrop I used GFI breakers.
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Also you might check your generator for anything that may have tripped on start up.
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