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Old 10-19-2015, 11:39 AM   #1
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Awning fuse location

I suspect my inverter is overloading do to a short associated with awning operation. Id like to yank the right thing to get power to the to get the inverter to stay one .I need to know which fuse is the porch awning fuse 2004 journey wkp36G. Thanks
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Well that didnt work ,removed every fuse and relay in the Auto Chassis 12-Volt Breaker Panel and tested inverter. it went to overload despite every fuse and relay being removed one after the other.
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Old 10-19-2015, 03:26 PM   #3
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Well that didnt work ,removed every fuse and relay in the Auto Chassis 12-Volt Breaker Panel and tested inverter. it went to overload despite every fuse and relay being removed one after the other.
The Auto Chassis 12-Volt Breaker Panel shouldn't have anything to do with the inverter. [On checking the Front End Wiring Installation for the OP's coach it appears there are actually some coach breakers for the inverter at the bottom for that panel.] The inverter runs off the 12V DC house batteries and supplies 120V AC.

Do you have the standard 300W inverter (to power only the TVs, etc.) or the optional 'whole-house' 2000W one with the remote control panel in the OnePlace Center? If you have the optional 2000W inverter/charger it includes the charger portion which takes in 120V AC and generates 12V DC to charge the batteries and supply 12V DC to the coach.
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Old 10-19-2015, 04:23 PM   #4
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Thanks for being here , We have the 2000 watt charger inverter.
Everything was operating nominally except dash air Radio and some gauges
Now the changes are front TV is gone and during retraction of the porch awning it was slow .(very)
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Old 10-19-2015, 04:29 PM   #5
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the 11.8 volts would have anything to do with an overload would it ?
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Old 10-19-2015, 07:14 PM   #6
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Sounds like your house batteries are low on charge. That could explain why the inverter is unhappy. What happens when you're plugged into shore power? Is the inverter/charger charging the batteries then? Does the front TV work then?
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Sounds like your house batteries are low on charge. That could explain why the inverter is unhappy. What happens when you're plugged into shore power? Is the inverter/charger charging the batteries then? Does the front TV work then?
The TV is removed there is no shore power , Driving to Pensacola tomorrow should have a full charge when I get there right ? 450 + miles ?
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Thanks for being here , We have the 2000 watt charger inverter.

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