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Old 06-08-2015, 09:17 PM   #1
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No power in coach

I need some advice I just finished the outside corner panel re & re. I re connected all of the wiring that I had to take apart. Which only consisted of 1 wall plug and the 110 line into the coach from shore power

Now I have no power in the coach at any of the wall plugs or the converter, But I have power to the front air cond and no power to the rear air cond

Anyone have any ideas every thing was working fine before, I am not very good at trouble shooting electrical
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Old 06-09-2015, 05:22 AM   #2
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I would open up the breaker panel and test that youve got 110 from your main lug to the nuetral. Then test each breaker with a meter if youve got power to the main lug. I havent messed with the changeover sw so Im not sure of the sequence at which it gets power but from your description it doesnt sound like that. If its like my 310 (when it was stock) you should only have power to the rear air from the genny. Where did you disconnect the " line into the coach from shore power"?
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John, about the only comment I can make is Airstream daisy chained a lot of the circuits. My best guess is one of your connections is bad. I'm assuming your connections were with yellow or red twist wire nuts. I would suggest carefully looking at each one of those connections closely and giving each of the wires a good tug to see if they might be loose. I've also seen where when twisting the nut on one of the wires will break off and even though it looks to be connected it's not due to the break.

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Well I had someone look at the coach today and it turns out that I had connected some wires in a junction box in the wrong sequence.Took him about an hour to find what for the lack of a better word messed up. So I have shore power back
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Great!

I'll guarantee you're not the only one that has done something like that. We won't talk about the ones I've done
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Great!



I'll guarantee you're not the only one that has done something like that. We won't talk about the ones I've done

Yeah, there are two types of airstreamers that work in their own stuff. Those that have had similar "oops" and liars!


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