Originally Posted by Oldrocker52
Good suggestion. We just got this thing & still lack some items onboard, such as a volt meter. I have one at home & of course I’ll check when we get back. I just though it was odd both would quit at the same time.
No question that is odd.... but... very few things get correctly diagnosed by speculation and unless something shorts out and melts wiring, even fewer electrical items get diagnosed by just looking at them.
Multimeters are an item everyone who owns a R/V should consider carrying and know how to use.
They used to give them away at Harbor Freight but now you have to pay a few bucks. They are good enough to do basic tests.
10 minutes with a $5 multimeter will often save someone hours and $$ by not having to speculate.