Then it dawned on me that I would want it to be really, really basic. Mark Bush 8-17-15 I flipped the Battery Disconnect off, then on main battery , now I cannot start the motorhome, although I have power to inside the home. I check it and found no electric source. And wattage is usually available. As I said before, Volts are like water pressure. Once electricity is allowed into the rig, the device protects the coach from surges. Virtually every rig has a built-in charger of some kind.
I wonder what you found wrong. The diaphram must be letting the gas leak by and it escapes out a small hole in the cap that covers the diaghram. And there are no noisy motors required as in generators for solar panels to charge batteries. So the discussions below are my attempt to simplify what can be a very complicated system to comprehend. How do you combat this? If you do not have one of these devices, one bad leg could be the reason some appliances work and others don't.
But, the step works in the other modes, ie. But the complicated part is what we have already discussed on this page. I anyone possesses one or knows a source to get one I would appreciate the info. You did not mention if your accessory outlets where still working and they often have a 20 amp fuse in the chassis fuse box, supplied by the chassis builder. The higher your water pressure, the more water that is pushed through.
How do you know which appliances you can run? That means that the electricity flows in both directions. Sounds like you have blown a 20 amp fuse the chassis builder installs so the items you mention power up. A surface ceiling light is shown by one sign, a recessed ceiling light has a various symbol, as well as a surface area fluorescent light has one more symbol. Now you can run your appliances. At least until a neighbor tells us to shut the thing off or we run out of propane.
Obviously, you have to make more choices when on 30-amp service than you do when on 50-amp service. You will enjoy the peace of mind and ability to run all your appliances when you have 50 amps, and you can easily go down to 30 amps when necessary. . Most of the information I have mentions the Chassis builders fuse is 20 amp. We have two lines capable of 6,000 watts each, not just one.
Check out these great websites for more detailed and technical information on deep cycle batteries. All Messages in Thread Author Date Bill Miller 6-2-06 I have contacted Fleetwood Motor Homes for a wiring schematic for my 1989 Southwind and they are mailing them to me, no charge. It is the preferred choice of serious boondockers and all those that like to park without hook-ups and not use generators. The other two, the household looking receptacles, will be 20 amps or possibly 15 amps. We had better be on 50 amp service or we can't do that.
Thanks Bob Bill Miller 6-6-06 I got their number from their website. As for maintenance, you should keep the battery terminals clean and make sure the water levels are kept up only use distilled water in batteries. Deep cycle means they can be discharged down to about 20% of capacity and recharged for several cycles although they won't last as long if they are discharged that deeply over and over. You may have to move to another campground! Now you can see why 50-amp service gives us so much more capability than 30-amp service. I will definitely keep an eye on this one fuse and if it blows again it's off to the dealer.
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Batteries are sensitive little critters. The purpose is the same: getting from point A to point out B. But we aren't going to get into that. Sometimes they are mounted side to side rather than up and down - just to confuse things. Without getting too technical, the appliances that generate heat or coolness air conditioner, microwave, coffee maker, toaster, blow dryer, water heater, furnace, etc. The fact that you where reading voltage on both ends of the fuse, even when it was defective; kind of tells me that you where might be using a digital meter.
It worked fine until I stopped and started the generator. So, with the generator on, we can pretty much run the same appliances that we can with a 50-amp hook-up. The refriderator went out and then gally light and slowly each room. Lou Taggart 11-27-16 The cruise control in our 1983 Southwind no longer works. Yeah, that's what I said. Jim milatzo 6-25-12 I just went thru a bunch of electrical issues with my 89 fleetwood southwind. We just links any topics about Fleetwood Southwind Battery Wiring Diagrams to many other sites out there.