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Pampero
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Hello all,

I just got my coach back from 4 1/2 in Indiana for repairs.
One of the repairs was to upgrade the TV cabinets.
Unfortunately, the could not connect all TV wiring correctly.

On my way back I only have a limited channels on the roof HD antenna.

Today I have no power to the TV outlet.

I checked the fuse on the bay by the drivers at front and the fuse is good.

Anyone has any diagrams on the system? I will be very appreciative.

Thanks.

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Check your AC breaker box, mine are in the rear bedroom. 

Check all AC. Breakers and resents 

There should be one marked 

Front TV. Or Front entertainment center.

 

DC Fuses have nothing to do with 120 AC.

2 minutes ago, John Haggard said:

Check your AC breaker box, mine are in the rear bedroom. 

Check all AC. Breakers and resents 

There should be one marked 

Front TV. Or Front entertainment center.

 

DC Fuses have nothing to do with 120 AC.

 

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OK,

I have no 110 volts to the whole front of the coach.

The manual says that there is a circuit breaker on the curbside of the coach.

In my Windsor, I think is by the inverter, to get to that I will have to empty my storage bay to get access to it. Please correct me if I am wrong.

So that is a project for when stop raining.

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So the Inverter AC and direct current AC are ALL non functioning ???

 

Is your inverter on ?

Are your inverter breakers On in your electrical box.

 

The inverter should be fused ???

Are you traveling and on generator power or inverter AC power ?

 

Are you stopped and plugged into a 50 amp

Source.

 

 

 

 

 

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The front TV is set up not to operate on the generator while the coach is going down the road.  That is because it prevents the driver from being distracted from the road while watching TV.  

 

On the 2004 Windsor there is a fuse labeled TV/Level Lockout.  It is shown on the back of the front run bay fuse cover under IGN #2, fuse # 15, a 7.5 amp fuse.   Hope this helps.

Chuck B

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Mine has two breaker panels. One is for plug in or generator and it has:

Front AC

Back AC

Water Heater

Washing machine  or Dishwasher with a GFCI breaker in the box

The other panel has 6 breakers and some have GFCI on the receptacle and one have the GFCI in the breaker box.

Bedroom and engine heater with a GFCI in the box

Bathroom and basement with GFCI in bathroom

Refrigerator and plug by the recliner or work desk. No GFCI

Microwave no GFCI

Kitchen plugs with GFCI in the front plug. This would also power the ice maker.

The plugs in the ceiling cabinets which mine are curb side (I have two) and the front plug in the front cap. No GFCI.

The meter for AC voltage has its own wire that comes out of the main breaker panel and does not have a breaker to control it. Not sure if it is A or B side.

All of your AC electrical power should come out of those panels. There should not be any AC 120 volt wiring in any of the 12 volt panels. The power in front also powered equipment so you could watch TV in the bedroom while moving. I think you need to start in the inverter panel and turn the breakers off then on because some times it is hard to see if they tripped. If you don't have them labeled on the door I would do that too. My original inverter was Xantec Freedom that had two inputs and two outputs so the six circuits would be 3 on the A and 3 on the B side but the battery charger in the unit was on the A side.only.

Good luck

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All depends on how your inverter charger is wired.  

There is dual in, dual out which Requires a Sub Panel.  There is dual in, single out.  Single in, dual out.  All is depending on year, make, and model of the coach.  Check your inverter manual for wiring examples.   So one might say we are comparing apples to oranges.  It helps if one lists the coach they are referring to.

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21 hours ago, Chuck B said:

The front TV is set up not to operate on the generator while the coach is going down the road.  That is because it prevents the driver from being distracted from the road while watching TV.  

 

On the 2004 Windsor there is a fuse labeled TV/Level Lockout.  It is shown on the back of the front run bay fuse cover under IGN #2, fuse # 15, a 7.5 amp fuse.   Hope this helps.

Chuck B

I assume your ignition is off.   

If you remove the fuse, the relay lets power go to the TV, but if the relay is stuck open, removing the fuse won't help.

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On 7/24/2020 at 2:15 PM, Pampero said:

OK,

I have no 110 volts to the whole front of the coach.

The manual says that there is a circuit breaker on the curbside of the coach.

In my Windsor, I think is by the inverter, to get to that I will have to empty my storage bay to get access to it. Please correct me if I am wrong.

So that is a project for when stop raining.

A short time later he posted that the whole front was dead .

I actually had dead electrical to the front and pass slide .  What I discovered was that power from  my kitchen breaker

traveled to the TV receptacle first then it branched off and fed the rest of the front finally making its way back to my kitchen slide .

I and others assumed it traveled to the slide first since the breakers are near by .

Mine is an 03 Windsor so your 2000 may be different 

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