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Old 05-08-2019, 10:29 AM   #1
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Found something really strange yesterday and finished troubleshooting it today. This might save someone else from pulling the passenger seat to check out the relay. It turns out that my coach disconnect would not release the relay. I thought it was bad and checked it electrically. (the relay is powered to close and powered to open) It turned out that my converter was on and somehow that was the issue. After turning off the converter as is it's normal condition the relay functioned normally. There must be some feedback somewhere that is causing it not to release. Very strange... normally how we use the rig this condition has not been seen. I don't use the converter unless the solar can't keep up. But we are camping so I would never try and disconnect the house.
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Found something really strange yesterday and finished troubleshooting it today. This might save someone else from pulling the passenger seat to check out the relay. It turns out that my coach disconnect would not release the relay. I thought it was bad and checked it electrically. (the relay is powered to close and powered to open) It turned out that my converter was on and somehow that was the issue. After turning off the converter as is it's normal condition the relay functioned normally. There must be some feedback somewhere that is causing it not to release. Very strange... normally how we use the rig this condition has not been seen. I don't use the converter unless the solar can't keep up. But we are camping so I would never try and disconnect the house.

Mike, did you add a switch to turn off the converter? My '18V24D does not have a switch to turn off the converter
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