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Old 04-06-2019, 08:21 AM   #1
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Coachmen 3150ss Wiring Diagram

Posting for my father-in-law...
We are looking for a wiring diagram for a 3150ss. The generator fuel pump is not getting power and we canít seem to find the source. All in-line fuses we have found are good to go- anyone else have any thoughts or suggestions?
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Old 04-07-2019, 11:52 AM   #2
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Call Coachmen, get a hold of the right division, they can email you a copy
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I will second the contacting Coachmen and asking for one, also ask them about the specific fuse. I have contacted them several times and they have always been responsive and answered questions.

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Thank you both for the messages...
Don't laugh at us too hard- My father in law called me over the weekend as he was going through his owners manual. He reads me a line that states something to the effect- "If the RV has less than 1/4 tank of fuel the generator will not run." Guess how much gas he had in the RV?

*I was not aware that the gene ran on the same fuel tank as the RV itself- I had assumed it was propane actually. Problem solved...
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Old 04-09-2019, 08:26 AM   #5
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Thank you both for the messages...
Don't laugh at us too hard- My father in law called me over the weekend as he was going through his owners manual. He reads me a line that states something to the effect- "If the RV has less than 1/4 tank of fuel the generator will not run." Guess how much gas he had in the RV?

*I was not aware that the gene ran on the same fuel tank as the RV itself- I had assumed it was propane actually. Problem solved...
I've been messing about with RVs for over 40 years and still manage to find something to mess up.

I never thought about the 1/4 tank stuff. We keep our full at all times. Our RV is our escape pod, emergency backup. During the tropical storm last year power went out, just moved over to the RV for a while.

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