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Old 10-30-2014, 04:43 PM   #21
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Plugged into shore power shows the same reading of 12.49.

Where would I look for that?
Follow positive battery cable from battery to camper.
It'll be mounted to the frame.
You'll likely have to crawl underneath.

Circuit breaker may be reset able or bad.

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Old 10-31-2014, 04:29 AM   #22
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I did see a relay right in front......lead from battery on one screw, and a following lead to the camper on the second screw. Would this be a circuit breaker?
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I did see a relay right in front......lead from battery on one screw, and a following lead to the camper on the second screw. Would this be a circuit breaker?
Should be, look for a little black button on the side to reset. You could also check to see if it is passing power from one connection to the next with a meter. I had a Wildwood LE TT and that is about where mine was. Probably gray in color.
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I will check that....thank you!
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That is what It was, and needed to be reset. Mayhaps from the +battery lead coming loose from the crimp. All is good now. Thank you for all the help!
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That is what It was, and needed to be reset. Mayhaps from the +battery lead coming loose from the crimp. All is good now. Thank you for all the help!
just get an auto reset the same amps. You will still be protected by the fuse in the panel. Call your dealer and ask him what amp it is. It should be 40 amp....Glad you got it solved.....
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