Originally Posted by BoomerYYC
Thanks. I did check both of those. I crawled underneath and followed the limes from the battery to the converter. Nothing out of the ordinary.
The 110 outlets work on shore power but nothing else. I wonder if the battery is shot?
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So your 110V outlets work. Do you have anything else that runs on 110 power and if so, do they also work?
Just thinking outloud here, there are two seperate electrical systems, the 110V (the AC system) and the 12V (the DC system).
Lights work off the DC system using the battery or through the converter when on shore power.
The outlets only work when on shore.
So if you have power to your outlets when on shore power, your 110 V system sounds like it is working.
If your lights are not working on shore power, you may have a converter issue. If lights work on shore power but not off the battery, then it sounds like converter is probably ok and you have a battery issue (either the battery fuse or bad battery).
I just had the battery fuse holder go bad, had lights when on shore, had all AC power on shore, but when unplugged from shore, no power from battery, and since the roof power lift winch worked it was not the battery itself.
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